Ambulance Driver

Sometimes when the hospital drivers are busy or away or sick, I have been asked to drive the ambulance. I love driving, but this adds new challenges, as it is difficult not to jolt a patient while driving in thick sand!

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  1. Ministry of Safety
    Mar 30, 2014 @ 18:39:21

    Don’t forget to change the tyre pressure for sand (and set it back for black top)

    .http://www.outbackcrossing.com.au/FourWheelDrive/4WD_Tyre_Pressure_for_Sand.shtml

    Safe journeys, Mike

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    • Catherine
      Mar 31, 2014 @ 19:59:35

      We have nothing but sand for 70km, even in the closed direction to tarmac, which the ambulance rarely takes. So tyre pressures always set for sand. Thanks for your concern.

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