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The FIA is the international federation representing touring and automobile clubs. Within the EU the FIA represents some 34 million motorists and is the voice of the motoring consumer. Amongst its priorities are the promotion of road safety and the protection of consumer interests.

New Commitment

In renewing its commitment to the European Road Safety Charter the FIA European Bureau commits to the following:
 
1. To support and promote national road safety campaigns by our member organisations and their efforts to spread the message of road safety and the Charter into their societies;
 
2. To publish in our Website the commitment texts of our members who have signed the Charter, in order to disseminate Road Safety best practices;
 
3. To organise a road safety workshop in 2010 for our member organisations from the New Member States, Candidate Countries and Potential Candidate Countries;
 
4. To encourage our member organisations from the New Member States, Candidate Countries and Potential Candidate Countries to work with their national administrations to strengthen and reinforce national road safety policies with road users;
 
5. To motivate all the European member organisations who have not done so yet to create a commitment to Road Safety and sign the European Road Safety Charter within the next two years;
 
6. To motivate all those European member organisations who have signed the European Road Safety Charter more than three years ago to renew their commitments to the Charter by 2010.

Old Commitment

1. To motivate all member organisations in the European Union to sign the European Road Safety Charter within the next two years;

2. To support and promote national road safety campaigns by our member organisations and their efforts to spread the message of road safety and the Charter into their societies. In particular, this will focus on the new Member States of the EU, where member organisations will be motivated to organise national Charter signing events;

3. To organise a road safety workshop in 2004 for our member organisations from the new Member States of the EU.

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