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Club news: ACM promotes Sober and Safe villages in Moldova

Publication date: 21 November 2016

The ‘Sober and Safe villages in Moldova’ is a project launched by the Automobile Club of Moldova (ACM) and the National Patrolling Police in early 2016. It aims to tackle drink driving, which is one of the main causes of serious crashes in Moldova, especially in rural areas.

The project raises awareness and civil society’s engagement in three of Moldova’s rural regions: Northern (Soroca district), Central (Hincesti district) and Southern (Cahul district and Congaz). These locations were selected as the riskiest areas, according to an analysis of the rates of road crashes and registered cases of drink driving. Each locality is competing to achieve the biggest reduction in road crashes.

During the summer and autumn of 2016 ACM carried out activities to inform drivers about the risks of drink driving and promote proper behavior in traffic with the support of local driving schools, volunteers, local authorities and the police.

The results of the campaign will be analysed and presented at the end of November. Following the project, the safest and most sober village will be acknowledged as will the most active police and volunteer team.

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