LIMO APPLICATIONS seem endless; just when we think we've seen every kind of limo vehicle, along comes an ambulance with limo amenities, according to a report in Crain's New York Business.The natural reaction of course would be to wonder why an ambulance patient would even care about the mahogany, surround sound, and 300-thread count linens. Isn't the goal to have good equipment that keeps you alive while getting to a hospital as fast as possible? But then. . . there's the grandfather in the nursing home who wants to attend a grandson's wedding, or a mother on her way home with a newborn. With the aging of the American population, it'll be interesting to see if there is a market for limo ambulances. -- Martin Romjue, LCT
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