|The busy streets of Otago, always clogged full of ambulances.|
I tend to believe it is the former, but why would people be doing this. Well it costs $60.00 a year to register an ambulance and 287.00 - 475.00 to register a private vehicle depending on the fuel type.
It also got me thinking though, what is the definition of an ambulance? I mean surely there is one, that you have to check off. And if I could met the criteria I could save myself some cash legally. Unfortunately navigating the NZTA website is like getting through the labyrinth.
|NZTA media manager Andy Knackstedt|
1./ Medical supplies - $100
So presumabely since an ambulance takes people to the hospital you need some sort of medical supplies, I saw a pretty decent first aid kit on 1-day, the other week for like $30.
|Should be enough to deal with cuts and lost limbs till you get to hospital|
|I understand the chest part, but what is she doing with the red wire?|
|Okay lesson 54: How to administer an enema|
|"What some one else needs picked up?? Seriously!!!"|
|"I will give you a lift Fred, I need to tick one off this year"|
If that doesn't sound like you, just be like this lady, who registered her car as a hearse and just carry around some frozen chickens, and you can legitimately say you are transporting dead bodies.
|Poor, Chicky he was so young. We have opted to get him turned into a double down instead of burial.|