An Ambulette, Paratransit, or Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) vehicle is a vehicle designed to take passengers who are disabled or suffer from mobility issues from one place to another. For instance, many people need specific ambulette or paratransit vehicles to take them to hospitals for non-emergency appointments.
These are different from ambulances and don’t have sirens, for instance. The vehicles are usually designed with specific alterations that can help wheelchair passengers, such as providing a wheelchair ramp into the vehicle. They are not designed for treating passengers for emergencies, like an ambulance. It is also possible to book this sort of transport in advance, rather than medical emergency vehicles which are available to respond to 911 calls.