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  • hora
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    Not what you think…no I know stiffs… Firstly, why are all Private Ambulances Toyota HiAce’s?! One outside mateys house tonight and I peered in and spotted a big resuscitation bag/kit. Surely its not standard kit for a body carrier?!!!

    clunker
    Member

    Vauxhall Vans round ere

    Smee
    Member

    As a wild stab in the dark, i’d say that having a deceased loved one taken away would be a stressful situation that may lead a family member to keel over. Might come in handy – no?

    hora
    Member

    I actually thought as a longshot incase of mistaken diagnosis?!

    Kuco
    Member

    I’ve seen ford transit as well.

    Smee
    Member

    Kuco – was that Lidl undertakers?

    project
    Member

    By putting ambulance on the vehicle you save on taxes , vat etc, also the hiace is cheap and has a long wheelbase,also a tailgate as opposed to doors.

    noteeth
    Member

    why are all Private Ambulances Toyota HiAce’s?!

    Not always – especially on the transport side, which often use old “ex-stock” NHS vehicles. Seeing them arrive always makes me think I’m trapped in an episode of Casualty circa 1989.

    brant
    Member

    More mortuary based from my own experience.

    meehaja
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    If it says ambulance on the vehicle, there is a risk of being flagged down to treat incidents. responsible staff ill be first aid trained and carrying associated equipment. As for a bigresus bag, I guess they’re johnies/ Wanabes and carry huge resus bags full of out of date bandages and safety pins?

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