a specially equipped motor vehicle for transporting people who are convalescing or have mobility issues.
Contemporary Examples

He had worked as a cab and ambulette driver since setting foot in the country and was suddenly out of work.
I’m an Illegal Immigrant at Harvard Anonymous November 26, 2010


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