When proper training is given and where circumstances allow, emergency vehicles such as ambulances, fire engines and support vehicles should be able to drive faster to reach the scene of the emergency or a hospital
For safety reasons, these circumstances are likely to be on motorways or dual carriage ways when traffic is light, so as not to endanger other lives
Why is this idea important?
Response times for emergency services are very important, and minutes can make the crucial difference between life and death
With increased performance and safety of road vehicles in general, risks should be very low with the right training for drivers