How much will it cost to become a ambulance driver?

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How much does an ambulance driver earn?

The average annual income for an ambulance driver in the UnitedStates is $26,000. In Chicago, Illinois, the average annual incomefor an ambulance driver is $31,000.

How much does an ambulance ride cost?

Depends, did they run an IV? Did they use any equipment on you? Typically in Northern WI it costs about $450 for a basic ride to the hospital, $650 to $850 if you need a param

How much does an ambulance cost?

The cost of an ambulance varies slightly by its size and theequipment available on the vehicle. This vehicle starts at around100,000.

How much ambulance driver paid?

Pay depends on where you work. West coast is the highest average pay, an EMT-Basic is usually the person driving and can start around 25,000/year on average. When you get expe

How much does a ambulance cost?

The price of an ambulance varies greatly depending on the features that one would like to include in their ambulance. A basic life support ambulance can cost upwards of around

How much do ambulance Drivers get paid In the UK?

In the UK, there are no designated ambulance drivers. A crew will decide who is better suited for the shout's driving taking into consideration how long people have been worki

How much can a ambulance ride cost?

you kinow in Thailand we had a driver take us like 100 miles and it cost about $20 US dollars. Here, in Illinois (the poster child for everything a state can do wrong) we on
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How much does ambulance service cost?

The total cost of the ambulance service will depend on the level of service provided according to the persons needs. A fee of 400$ is required for basic life support and this
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How much can a ambulance driver make?

Ambulance drivers will still likely have to be certified as an EMT-Basic. Depending on the service they work for, (and assuming the position is not volunteer), they will proba