Traffic is a serious problem for big cities and everyone who lives and works in a megapolis can confirm this. Travelling can be a real challenge, especially in peak hours. People look for various ways to solve this problem, and some Moscow residents have found a rather interesting solution.
Moscow police have been ordered to stop ambulances and to check them because wealthy residents of the Russian capital hire fake medical cars in order to travel faster and to get through intense traffic. Rumour has it that this taxi service costs $200 per hour. Medical equipment is replaced with comfortable sofas and hi-tech flat screen television sets. Passengers can also enjoy luxurious refreshments, such as expensive champagne and caviar.
This is quite an interesting, if unethical way to deal with traffic jams and to travel quickly through the big city, isn’t it?