An ambulance from the roads of Karelia, Russia. Good thing – calling an ambulance is free for everyone. Another good thing – even this type of vehicle would transport real doctors to someone in need. Bad thing? The vehicle itself. To see what’s inside one of these – look inside this post.
In Soviet times calling an ambulance was just sometimes pretty not much justified – for example, old people were calling ambulances just for a chat if they felt lonely (I’ve read such stories), or pretty often people with high blood pressure were calling them to get a shot of blood pressure lowering medicine. Because the ambulance was and still is free – you don’t get any bill for the call.
Here is another one:
Good thing they would bring real doctors. These should be professionals, no matter that their average salary in the country is roughly $7000 dollars a year.