Taxis VSLs are ideal for individuals who must regularly go to their doctor or hospital for consultations, exams and treatments – often at lower costs than traveling via ambulance.
Ultimately, this experience’s goal was to improve patient travel between or toward healthcare facilities and enhance transport sharing offerings so as to benefit both clients and bipolar enterprises alike while decreasing delay times on each route.
Differences between traditional taxis and VSLs may be obvious, yet that does not preclude artificially increasing their numbers artificially. Both classes of cars serve a specific function and must comply with health-transportation prescriptions set by authorities.
VSLs should not be seen as replacement cars for traditional taxicabs; rather they must adhere to Food and Drug Administration (FDA) food-grade prescriptions and receive approval from regional health agencies in order to operate legally and safely. Their respective operating costs tend to follow similar patterns with that of regular taxis (65% of standard rate); however the latter tends to charge higher transport fees due to health insurance regulations.