The authorities should educate motorists on how to give way to ambulances on our highways.
In most cases, motorists in the right-most lane will move into the adjacent lane to make way for an ambulance.
This is feasible only if the next lane is clear.
However, this is getting more challenging, with the increasing volume of traffic on our roads.
My suggestion would be to have vehicles in the right-most lane and the adjacent lane move aside to create a "new lane" for ambulances to pass. I have seen this done in Japan.
An animated advertisement on TV could help educate the public on how to do this.
Alice Pok (Ms)