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Club news: BIHAMK awareness campaign for road safety

Club news: BIHAMK awareness campaign for road safety

17 June 2014

On 7 June 2014, the Bosnia and Herzegovina Automobile Club (BIHAMK) organized the campaign “Safe steps through life” in order to raise driver awareness of children in traffic and to increase the awareness of children about potential road dangers.


As the EU Institutions consider the new mandate, the FIA urges policy-makers to prioritise mobility

As the EU Institutions consider the new mandate, the FIA urges policy-makers to prioritise mobility

05 June 2014

European Commission Vice-President Siim Kallas spoke about the importance of mobility at the FIA Summer Cocktail on 4 June.


ACM teaches children about road safety

ACM teaches children about road safety

03 June 2014

In May 2014, the Automobile Club Moldova (ACM) held two important events with the aims of increasing awareness among children for road safety.


Club news: BIHAMK saves lives in national flooding

Club news: BIHAMK saves lives in national flooding

21 May 2014

Between 14 and 21 May, the Bosnian Club BIHAMK mobilised all resources to take action and protect citizens from severe flooding.


Club news: ACP launches road safety campaign

Club news: ACP launches road safety campaign

19 May 2014

The Automobile Club of Portugal (ACP) organises a campaign that aims to improve road safety awareness.


Club news: ATCM spreads awareness of road safety in Mozambique

Club news: ATCM spreads awareness of road safety in Mozambique

19 May 2014

The Automobile and Touring Club of Mozambique (ATCM) raises awareness for road safety in Mozambique.


EU policy makers must prioritise mobility, say European Motoring Clubs

EU policy makers must prioritise mobility, say European Motoring Clubs

15 May 2014

EU policy makers must prioritise mobility in the upcoming EU elections and beyond, announced the FIA Eurocouncil.


On Road Safety Day, FIA Region I provides health check on the Commission’s Road Safety Action Plan

On Road Safety Day, FIA Region I provides health check on the Commission’s Road Safety Action Plan

09 May 2014

To mark Road Safety Day the FIA launched a health check on the Commission’s Road Safety Action Plan 2011-2020.


Club news: FIB organises road safety week

Club news: FIB organises road safety week

02 May 2014

FIB organised a traffic safety week, which garnered much media attention and spread public awareness.


Club news: Slovakia gets a lesson on the importance of seat belts

Club news: Slovakia gets a lesson on the importance of seat belts

24 April 2014

The Autoklub Slovakia Assistance demonstrates to the public the importance of seat belts with a crash impact simulator.


Club news: 750 Boba boda riders complete road safety course in Dar es Salaam

Club news: 750 Boba boda riders complete road safety course in Dar es Salaam

10 April 2014

On 9 April 2014, Dar es Salaam hosted the graduation ceremony of 750 Boda boda riders following a three-month course about road safety rules.


Mobility 2014: now in German and Italian

Mobility 2014: now in German and Italian

04 April 2014

FIA Region I EU election campaign, Mobility 2014, is now in German and Italian. Take a look!


MEPs debate Europe’s future mobility

MEPs debate Europe’s future mobility

03 April 2014

On 2 April 2014, MEPs participated in an interactive debate organised by the Forum for the Automobile and Society.


Club news:  The AMSS launches e-Test – A children’s guide on being safe on the road    	

Club news: The AMSS launches e-Test – A children’s guide on being safe on the road

27 March 2014

AMSS has designed an educational, online road safety test, intended for 5th to 8th grade pupils in elementary schools.


FIA campaign Mobility 2014 brings motorists’ needs into the European elections

FIA campaign Mobility 2014 brings motorists’ needs into the European elections

18 March 2014

On 19 March, FIA Region I officially launched the campaign Mobility 2014 in front of an audience of MEPs, Council representatives and European Commission officials.


Club news: AA UK launches national 'Think Bikes!' campaign

Club news: AA UK launches national 'Think Bikes!' campaign

13 March 2014

AA launches national 'Think Bikes!' campaign supported by Olympic cyclist Chris Boardman and 20 times TT winner John McGuinness.


MOBILITY 2014 campaign gains momentum

MOBILITY 2014 campaign gains momentum

10 March 2014

With additional statements added this week from MEP candidates and a video from FIA Region I's Director Genreal, the EU elections campaign, Mobility 2014, is starting to make an impact.


MOBLITY 2014: Interview with Martin Schulz, European Commission Presidential candidate

MOBLITY 2014: Interview with Martin Schulz, European Commission Presidential candidate

01 March 2014

"I believe it is time to come up with a comprehensive EU approach towards urban mobility. We want to reduce congestion and improve mobility through intelligent, cleaner and connected cars..."


Bringing together road safety and connected mobility

Bringing together road safety and connected mobility

26 February 2014

On 21 February 2014, the Forum for the Automobile and Society organised a workshop on Road Safety and Connected Mobility.


Club news: Good road etiquette guide from Denmark

Club news: Good road etiquette guide from Denmark

20 February 2014

With the goal of improving understanding between all road users, the FDM's magazine, Motor, invited car owners to share their experiences of road accidents and blame.


Club news: ANWB launches campaign to make kids safer when riding in cars

Club news: ANWB launches campaign to make kids safer when riding in cars

20 February 2014

The ANWB has launched a campaign about how to correctly transport children when travelling by car.


Club news: Lifetime ban awaits reckless drivers in Tanzania

Club news: Lifetime ban awaits reckless drivers in Tanzania

07 February 2014

Starting this year, reckless drivers that have been violating road safety regulations will be faced with a lifetime ban of their driver’s license, reports AA Tanzania.


Club news: Dar es Salaam implements new parking rules to curb traffic congestion

Club news: Dar es Salaam implements new parking rules to curb traffic congestion

30 January 2014

Dar es Salaam city council implements substantial fines against parking infractions in the central business district, reports the AA Tanzania.


Club news: SAF promotes road safety in Saudi Arabia

Club news: SAF promotes road safety in Saudi Arabia

23 January 2014

The Saudi Automobile Federation (SAF) participated in the 2nd Forum on Traffic Safety in November 2013, in Dammam, Saudi Arabia.


Club news: Tanzania to introduce point system to guide drivers

Club news: Tanzania to introduce point system to guide drivers

23 January 2014

Tanzania has made a strong national move towards road safety with plans of introducing a point system for drivers, as reported by the Motoring Club AA Tanzania.


European Parliament election programme - Mobility 2014

European Parliament election programme - Mobility 2014

16 January 2014

Daily mobility must be a key initiative in the coming European Parliament elections. FIA Region I launches a first look at our election campaign Mobility 2014.


Club news: Touring tests the logic behind speed limits in Belgium

Club news: Touring tests the logic behind speed limits in Belgium

05 December 2013

Touring ran an assessment throughout Belgium where it discovered that only 4 out of 10 drivers will comply with a speed limit that they deem illogical. Following the results of the survey of Belgian roads, it discovered at least 16 roads where unrealistically low speed limits were imposed upon vehicles.


Club news: BIHAMK contributes to improving road safety in Bosnia and Herzegovina with the support of OAMTC

Club news: BIHAMK contributes to improving road safety in Bosnia and Herzegovina with the support of OAMTC

29 November 2013

On 21 November 2013, a milestone road safety event for BIHAMK took place in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Werner Kraus, ÖAMTC's President, presided over the official hand-over of 282 child car seats donated by ÖAMTC.


VIDEO: Formula One drivers voice support for the connected car

VIDEO: Formula One drivers voice support for the connected car

28 November 2013

In support of FIA Region I policy initiatives Formula One drivers have come together to express their support for the connected car, eCall and ecodriving.


Club news: AMSS commemorates the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims

Club news: AMSS commemorates the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims

21 November 2013

On 16 November 2013, The World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims was commemorated at the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering, in Belgrade, Serbia.


Target Youth: Mobile & Safe

Target Youth: Mobile & Safe

14 November 2013

On 12 November, Our Future Mobility Now and the FIA held a debate on youth and road safety, under the title Target Youth: Mobile & Safe. The necessity for this event is clear as there are still annually 28,000 fatalities due to road accidents - of which a disproportionate number are young people. The event examined: attitudes and awareness; driving skills and experience; and the role of the policy maker.


VIDEO: Formula One driver Jérôme d'Ambrosio teaches young drivers about road safety

VIDEO: Formula One driver Jérôme d'Ambrosio teaches young drivers about road safety

06 November 2013

On 5 November, Jérôme d'Ambrosio visited the technical school Institut Saint-Joseph to speak to young drivers who are training to be car mechanics and technicians.


8 major traffic violations to be punishable cross-border

8 major traffic violations to be punishable cross-border

30 October 2013

On 7 November 2013, eight major road safety violations will be punishable when driving in a foreign country as the EU Directive (2011/82/EU) on the cross-border exchange of information on traffic offences comes into effect. National traffic laws will apply to all drivers, regardless of the country where their vehicle is registered.


Learning the rules of the road: the 2013 European Traffic Education Contest for children

Learning the rules of the road: the 2013 European Traffic Education Contest for children

24 September 2013

The annual European Traffic Education Contest aims to encourage traffic education and help increase children’s awareness about road safety. This year, the event took place from 20-23 September in Bar, Montenegro and was hosted by the Montenegrin Automobile Club, AMSCG.


Target Youth: Mobile and safe

16 September 2013

Our Future Mobility Now (OFMN) and the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) are holding a debate between young people, the automotive industry, motor clubs and policy makers.


FIA calls on TRAN committee to support subsidiarity approach on PTI

FIA calls on TRAN committee to support subsidiarity approach on PTI

29 May 2013

On Thursday 30 May, the European Parliament Transport committee is voting on the roadworthiness package and on the further harmonisation of vehicle testing frequency.


Transport Commissioner Kallas joins Brussels Long Short Walk for Pedestrian Safety

Transport Commissioner Kallas joins Brussels Long Short Walk for Pedestrian Safety

07 May 2013

The Brussels Transport community came together to participate in a Long Short Walk for Pedestrian Safety yesterday (6 May), led by EC Vice-President Kallas, and coordinated by the FIA Region I office, to mark European Road Safety Day and the beginning of the UN Global Road Safety Week.


Walking and Innovating for Road Safety

Walking and Innovating for Road Safety

06 May 2013

This year’s European Road Safety Day is on 6 May, the first day of the UN Global Road Safety Week. To mark the occasion, the CLEPA, eSafetyAware, and the FIA invite the road safety community and the general public to join a walk led by EC Vice President Kallas for pedestrian safety (beginning at Schuman Roundabout at 16:00) and to experience demonstrations of advanced life-saving vehicle technologies at Autoworld (14:00-20:00).


iMobility Challenge Ambassador Timo Glock to test drive latest Cooperative Systems at ITF

iMobility Challenge Ambassador Timo Glock to test drive latest Cooperative Systems at ITF

16 April 2013

The iMobility Challenge will showcase the benefits of the latest cooperative systems for intelligent mobility at this year’s International Transport Forum on 22-24 May 2013 in Leipzig.


FIA African Clubs discuss road safety and development plan in Tanzania

FIA African Clubs discuss road safety and development plan in Tanzania

08 April 2013

The ACTA Learnership Programme, funded by the FIA Development Fund and coordinated by FIA Region I, kicked off on 8 April 2013 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. The event, hosted by AA Tanzania, was focused on supporting the work of ACTA Clubs on insurance and tourism, key elements of the ACTA Development Plan.


First Aid in Europe: Many want to help, but very few know how

First Aid in Europe: Many want to help, but very few know how

19 March 2013

While nearly two thirds of all European car drivers feel confident enough to give first aid, only 18 percent know what to do when they are the first to arrive at the scene of an accident. In other words, motorists tend to largely overestimate their first-aid skills.


eCall: We have waited too long for the call that could have saved so many lives

eCall: We have waited too long for the call that could have saved so many lives

14 March 2013

A draft proposal on the emergency call ‘eCall’ system is currently being circulated within Commission services with the goal of implementing the technology by 2015 in all new vehicles. The FIA welcomes the expected publication, following a number of delays.


Introduction of 3rd EU Driving Licence Directive welcomed by FIA

Introduction of 3rd EU Driving Licence Directive welcomed by FIA

18 January 2013

The introduction of the 3rd EU Driving Licence tomorrow (19 January 2013) will be an important step towards making cross-border travel easier, improving road safety, and make counterfeiting of licences more difficult, says FIA Region I Director General, Mr Jacob Bangsgaard.


One million Dutch school pupils are now streetwise

One million Dutch school pupils are now streetwise

13 December 2012

Royal Dutch Touring Club ANWB has reached a milestone. Since the programme’s launch in 2006, ANWB Streetwise – the club’s road safety awareness programme – has made one million kids “streetwise”. Six ANWB Streetwise teams of professional instructors work nationwide to teach some 200,000 children each year.


New IAM Report: The ageing process and driver safety

New IAM Report: The ageing process and driver safety

30 November 2012

IAM presented yesterday at their annual lunch in London their new report on safety for older drivers. There are currently almost 4 million drivers over 70, this is set to increase by 49 per cent by 2032.


ABS for motorcycles: Council/EP agreement on safer bikes welcomed by FIA Region I

ABS for motorcycles: Council/EP agreement on safer bikes welcomed by FIA Region I

01 October 2012

The mandatory EU-wide introduction of the Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) for all new type-approved motorbikes over 125cc from 2016 (rather than the originally proposed date of 2017), was a key provision agreed between the European Parliament and Council of Ministers on Friday 28 September.


South Africa holds Zenani campaign launch

South Africa holds Zenani campaign launch

26 July 2012

South Africa has held its launch of the Zenani Mandela campaign and awarded the Zenani Mandela Scholarship certificate to this year’s recipient, Beauty Mokua.


MEPs voice support for eCall at European Parliament meeting

MEPs voice support for eCall at European Parliament meeting

24 April 2012

The European Parliament IMCO and TRAN committees held a joint meeting on 24 April 2012 to discuss the draft report “eCall: a new 112 service for citizens”.


eCall: European Parliament taking the lead on competition, choice and data protection, says FIA

eCall: European Parliament taking the lead on competition, choice and data protection, says FIA

24 April 2012

“The road is now paved for the European Commission to follow the key recommendations on eCall set out by the European Parliament”, said Werner Kraus, President of the FIA Region I office, ahead of a joint meeting of the European Parliament TRAN and IMCO committees to discuss an own-initiative report on eCall today.


SMC: Information in motorcycle helmets can save lives!

SMC: Information in motorcycle helmets can save lives!

15 March 2012

This week, 65 000 members of the Swedish Motorcyclist Association, SMC, get a Medical Card kit. It includes four stickers to add on the helmet/s and a card for medical information to put between the shell and padding of the helmet. With this effort, SMC hope to save a few lives per year through fast and adequate rescue in case of an accident.


Road Safety discussions with Czech Transport Minister and UAMK in Prague

Road Safety discussions with Czech Transport Minister and UAMK in Prague

23 February 2012

The Czech Minister of Transport, Mr Pavel Dobeš, met with UAMK President, Dr Oldřich Vaníček, and FIA Region I Director General, Jacob Bangsgaard, on 23 February 2012 in Prague to discuss the possibility for closer cooperation on road safety awareness activities.


Multilingual Questionnaire on Ecodriving

Multilingual Questionnaire on Ecodriving

10 November 2011

The ECOWILL consortium (Ecodriving Wide-spread Implementation for Learners and Licensed Drivers) on ecodriving (spanning over 13 European countries), has published a questionnaire designed to assess drivers' knowledge and acceptance of ecodriving principles, as well as their willingness and readiness to undertake ecodriving training courses.


ACAFA “Village of Responsible Mobility” launched in Alsace

ACAFA “Village of Responsible Mobility” launched in Alsace

05 October 2011

With the FIA World Rally Championship taking place in Alsace on 29th September to 2nd October, the French Automobile and Touring Club ACAFA (L’Automobile Club, Association Française des Automobilistes) set up a ‘Village of Responsible Mobility’ to mark the occasion.


Road Safety vital for sustainable EU Tourism Strategy, says FIA on World Tourism Day

Road Safety vital for sustainable EU Tourism Strategy, says FIA on World Tourism Day

27 September 2011

A renewed focus on road safety as a key element of a sustainable EU Tourism Strategy has been welcomed today by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA). This follows the adoption of a resolution by the European Parliament on the EU Tourism Strategy which has the goal of promoting Europe as the world's no. 1 tourism destination.


Youth Supports Action for Road Safety

Youth Supports Action for Road Safety

19 September 2011

This weekend the FIA Action for Road Safety campaign received an endorsement from some of its most important constituents: children. FIA President Jean Todt was on hand to praise those taking part in the European Traffic Education Contest, an annual event designed to raise awareness of road safety, and this year held in Paris.


Five key rules of ecodriving refined

Five key rules of ecodriving refined

14 July 2011

Eco-driving is on the environmental agenda of most governments and international institutions, but few road users today have actually ever received eco-driving training. In most countries, being familiar with the principles of eco-driving is simply not a requisite to obtain a driving license.


FIA Position Paper on White Paper on Transport

FIA Position Paper on White Paper on Transport

30 June 2011

The European Bureau of the FIA, representing more than 35 million motoring consumers via its 71 member clubs, adopted its position on the European Commission White Paper on Transport on 30 June 2011.


Saving Lives on Roads: Top FIA Drivers Endorse New eSafety iPhone App

Saving Lives on Roads: Top FIA Drivers Endorse New eSafety iPhone App

11 May 2011

The deployment of life saving eSafety technologies in cars is the focus of a new free iPhone application launched today with the support of motorsport’s top drivers. The application is created by the eSafety Challenge project with support from the European Commission, eSafetyAware, FIA, and the FIA Foundation.


Michael Schumacher calls for Action on Road Safety at European Parliament

Michael Schumacher calls for Action on Road Safety at European Parliament

11 May 2011

FIA Road Safety Ambassador, Michael Schumacher, is calling on Members of the European Parliament to make sure eSafety systems are deployed in all new cars through legislation or voluntarily at today’s launch of the UN Decade of Action on Road Safety in Strasbourg.


Launching a Decade of Action for Road Safety

Launching a Decade of Action for Road Safety

02 May 2011

Every six seconds someone is killed or injured in a road accident. Every day 3,500 people are killed in road crashes. Every year 1.3 million people are killed on the world’s roads. And unless urgent action is taken, the UN predicts that annual road deaths will rise to 1.9 million by 2020.


Formula One World Champion Sebastian Vettel to participate in eSafety Challenge 2011

Formula One World Champion Sebastian Vettel to participate in eSafety Challenge 2011

05 April 2011

The Formula One Driver will attend the eSafety Challenge event on 31st of May in Vienna, where he will demonstrate eSafety technologies and how they can help to prevent accidents on the roads.


White Paper on Transport focus on ITS welcomed but higher costs threaten consumer trust, says FIA

White Paper on Transport focus on ITS welcomed but higher costs threaten consumer trust, says FIA

28 March 2011

White Paper on Transport focus on ITS welcomed but higher costs threaten consumer trust, says FIA


ABS for Motorbikes will save lives now, we cannot afford to wait until 2017, FIA tells European Parliament Hearing

ABS for Motorbikes will save lives now, we cannot afford to wait until 2017, FIA tells European Parliament Hearing

22 March 2011

"We cannot afford to wait until 2017 to make the Antilock Braking System (ABS) compulsory in motorcycles. Our figures show that thousands of road fatalities could be prevented by acting now," the FIA tells EP public hearing.


Euro NCAP now testing plug-in electric vehicles

Euro NCAP now testing plug-in electric vehicles

23 February 2011

Euro NCAP today publishes the results of seven new vehicles, including its first test of a fully electric car, marking the start of a series of EV tests in 2011.


FIA Eurocouncil Welcomes Ambitious Road Safety Strategy

FIA Eurocouncil Welcomes Ambitious Road Safety Strategy

22 July 2010

The European Commission’s newly adopted Road Safety Strategy launches a new decade of action to reduce the number of road accidents, injuries and deaths over the next ten years.


EC publishes the Road Safety Action Plan

EC publishes the Road Safety Action Plan

20 July 2010

The Commission adopted today the Road Safety Action plan for the next ten years.


Traffic Education in Schools

Traffic Education in Schools

15 February 2010

The following overview is based on a clubs survey organised by the FIA European Bureau in 2009. It is based on 26 answers representing 24 countries from the European Union and beyond.


Road Fatalities and Injuries Decreasing

Road Fatalities and Injuries Decreasing

11 January 2010

Preliminary road safety figures released by the FIA European Bureau point to a continued reduction of both road fatalities and road injuries. However, governments must remain vigilant in order to maintain this positive trend.


FIA Eurocouncil Welcomes the Preparation of a New Road Safety Action Programme

FIA Eurocouncil Welcomes the Preparation of a New Road Safety Action Programme

29 September 2009

In its answer to the consultation the FIA Eurocouncil will underline the need to have high level commitment, strong leadership, clear objectives and precise targets.


Effective Driver Training Reduces Road Fatalities

Effective Driver Training Reduces Road Fatalities

31 August 2009

Effective driver training is one way to reduce the number of accidents. FIA Eurocouncil is backing that contention thanks to clubs' special driver training programs, according to a recent survey of driver training at the national level.


2012 as European Year for Active Ageing & Intergenerational Solidarity

2012 as European Year for Active Ageing & Intergenerational Solidarity

24 August 2009

In our vision, the transport offer of the future encompasses all different transport modes, which need to be combined to allow an efficient door-to-door mobility. Ultimately, what is good for older citizens is good for all of us and we firmly believe that citizens would indistinctly benefit from the development of an efficient transport offer.


Consultation on Drivers' Training & Traffic Safety Education

Consultation on Drivers' Training & Traffic Safety Education

24 August 2009

Road safety is a priority of the first order for all FIA members. For a number of years now our ‘vision zero’ strategy has been a key driver in our battle for safer roads. This vision postulates that all of our efforts should be based on the belief that any road death is one death too many and we should strive to reduce risk of death on the road to zero.


Road safety team reaps top national award

Road safety team reaps top national award

30 June 2009

Staffordshire and GreenRoad Recognised for Programme to Reduce Crashes Among Young Drivers...


DRIVER TRAINING

DRIVER TRAINING

23 June 2009

Education: the key to further safety progress Driver education is an important issue for motoring and touring clubs. It is seen by many as the key to gaining further progress in terms of road safety.


European Road Safety Charter: 14 FIA signatories commit in Copenhagen

European Road Safety Charter: 14 FIA signatories commit in Copenhagen

11 June 2009

The FIA European Bureau along with five FIA member clubs renewed their commitments first made over three years ago. True to its commitment to encourage clubs to join this initiative, the FIA brought a further eight clubs on board.


ERF – IRF BPC launches a new cycle of Safety Seminars

ERF – IRF BPC launches a new cycle of Safety Seminars

24 March 2009

The European Union Road Federation, the Brussels Programme Centre of the International Road Federation (ERF – IRF BPC) is setting up a new cycle of road safety engineering training Workshops in Central and Eastern Europe...


600 child lives could be saved on EU roads

600 child lives could be saved on EU roads

09 February 2009

600 child lives could be saved on EU roads


Study on Compensation of victims of cross-border road traffic accidents

Study on Compensation of victims of cross-border road traffic accidents

09 February 2009

Study on Compensation of victims of cross-border road traffic accidents


ERTICO Breakfast Workshop on ‘Road Safety: ITS Solutions for new Member States’

ERTICO Breakfast Workshop on ‘Road Safety: ITS Solutions for new Member States’

15 January 2009

We kindly invite you to a Breakfast Workshop in the European Parliament, hosted by Zita Gurmai MEP with the support of ERTICO – ITS Europe, on 20th January 2009, from 8.30 to 10.00.


FIA CLUBS PLAN FOR IMPROVED ROAD SAFETY

FIA CLUBS PLAN FOR IMPROVED ROAD SAFETY

15 January 2009

The EU plans to come up with a new European Road Safety Action Programme for 2011-2020. Ahead of final adoption, late in 2009 or early 2010, FIA clubs used the Verona International Road Safety Exhibition, 20-21 November last, as a venue for brainstorming about ways forward for road safety.


The European parliament backed the cross-border enforcement of penalties

The European parliament backed the cross-border enforcement of penalties

17 December 2008

Today, the European parliament backed the cross-border enforcement of penalties for speeding, drink-driving, not wearing a seatbelt and running a red light. These four offences are responsible for most fatalities on European roads.


Safety Measures for Motorcycles Gives Biggest Rate of Return Says EuroRAP

Safety Measures for Motorcycles Gives Biggest Rate of Return Says EuroRAP

04 December 2008

Highways authorities across Europe should follow the lead of France, Spain and the Netherlands, and a appoint a motorcycle champion, tasked specifically with safe road design for bikers.



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