Tag Archives: ERG

QR Code Extrication Rescue Cards

For more on new vehicles, checkout our Vehicle Extrication from inside of the Auto Industry DVD. Earlier this year the Google Glasses made the news about its’ use for firefighters on the scene of an extrication.  Many would say that ...

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2014 Porsche 918 Spyder (A Hybrid with a V8)

There’s no family-hybrid-esque Atkinson-cycle four puttering away beneath the 918’s perforated engine cover, nope it is a high-output V-8 bristling with modern engine technology. Yup, it is a hybrid, but still a sports car!

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Mini (Cooper) Rescue Cards

Below are the Rescue Sheets for the different Mini models. The Rescue Sheets provide relevant rescue information for each airbag-equipped vehicle model on a standardized A4 rescue sheet.

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Quick Tip: Removing Laminated Glass in Vehicle Doors

Here is a quick tip from the Merecedes Benz Rescue Guide about removing laminated side glass in vehicle doors. A saw is what first comes to mind to remove laminated glass, and that works well in this case. So pick your hand tool, grab a Extrication Tomahawk or GlasMaster and knock a hole in the

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2014 Honda Accord Hybrid ERG and Body Structure

Here's a look at the 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid, the Emergency Response Guide (ERG), and body structure. Included are also two methods to de-power the vehicle.

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2013 Audi R8 e-tron HV Battery and BIW

The Audi R8 e-tron looks similar to the Audi R8 with gasoline engine, but the two vehicle body versions share only nine common parts. That's why it's important to never assume anything!

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2013 Scion iQ EV Body Structure and Airbags

The Emergency Response Guide (ERG) for the 2013 Scion iQ EV covers the body structure, high voltage battery, airbags, inflator locations, and ideal cribbing locations.  The images below are a quick look at the highlights from the ERG.   The orange colored ...

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2013 Porsche Cayenne Body Structure

Take a quick look at the 2013 Porsche Cayenne Body Structure. Notice what appears to be a box where the driver's seat would be installed?

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