Auburn Ambulance

More
02 Jul 2019 19:01 - 05 Jul 2019 19:20 #37649 by jivanty
Replied by jivanty on topic Auburn Ambulance

Curt Schulze wrote: I find it to be unusual for it to have the wheel disks and the louver inserts painted and the bumper guards. The sidemount is understandable.

This is definitely the police station at 1350 Wilcox Ave, Hollywood Ca. This wonderful ambulance would have been an ambulance to the stars. Anybody remember seeing it or could it xender discord omegle have survived?
Last edit: 05 Jul 2019 19:20 by jivanty.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
18 Oct 2019 01:01 - 20 Oct 2019 05:16 #38617 by benjaminbcooke
Replied by benjaminbcooke on topic Auburn Ambulance
The public transport in Spain will not thoroughly take you to all the beautiful places you may want to explore and driving in Spain can be both dream and nightmare depending on which place you are visiting. You need to be a minimum of 18 years old for driving in Spain and 21 to hire any car. Passengers and Drivers must wear seat belts at all moments. Don't need to drive if your blood alcohol level is above 0.5 g/l in the bloodstream.
Documents you need for driving in Spain
It’s always a good idea to know some of the rules and regulations before you go driving in Spain. Usually driving in Spain is very easy but you do need to be conscious of certain travel requirements and basic information, particularly when driving and those information are given below
While driving in Spain you need to have proof of insurance.
You can’t forget passport as proof of ID.
You should always keep your V5C certificate
All the visitors should be careful about a few things among those who are one is a warning triangle.
It would be unforgivable if any of the visitors who come for driving in Spain forget about GB sticker or Euro plates.
All knows how important is the headlamp adjustment is.
Visitors should be aware of the high-vis jacket.
If you were glasses you can always keep a spare pair of glasses.
Penalty fees
Accordingly, low-level violations cost about 100 Euros on average, major level ones cost 200 Euros, and very serious violations cost 500 Euros or more. Driving in Spain can give you a great experience if you can avoid all the problems and most importantly all these fees that charge on you.
Last edit: 20 Oct 2019 05:16 by benjaminbcooke.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

Time to create page: 0.110 seconds
Powered by Kunena Forum