The “Workers’ Samaritan Union” (Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund, an originally “proletarian” counterpart to the Red Cross) in Frankfurt am Main, Hesse, operates professional as well as volunteer services, using a variety of vehicles.
Krankentransportwagen (KTW) – Ambulances
Mercedes Hoch-Lang ambulance at the old ambulance post in the inner city:
Mercedes Vito ambulances with slightly different designs at the old ambulance post in the inner city:
Mercedes “Bremer” ambulances:
Rettungswagen (RTW) – Emergency Ambulances
Rettungswagen (emergency ambulance) at the old ambulance post next to the market hall:
Larger Rettungswagen (emergency ambulances), also at the old ambulance post next to the market hall, the green one was in the pre-1981 livery:
4-Tragen-Krankentransportwagen (KTW) – Civil Defence Ambulance (Four Stretchers)
Mobile Unfallhilfstelle – Mobile First Aid Post
Behindertentransportwagen (BTW) – Wheelchair Ambulance
Personenwagen (PKW) – Utility Cars
Lastkraftwagen (LKW) – Truck
Please note that these are scans from old 35mm slides from my archives, with resultant deterioration in colours and sharpness.