The FIA European Bureau is now calling for expressions of interest for an expert study on the safety and environmental aspects of the use of Personal Mobility Devices.
Objectives of the study:
Areas of focus:
I – Consolidation and analysis of relevant literature
Analysis of the collected information
II – Consumer awareness
The study should seek to understand consumer views on PMDs. The contractor shall conduct a consumer survey covering the following:
The survey shall be launched in three EU countries (suggested by the contractor) and aim at reaching around 1 000 respondents per country. If possible, the inclusion of statistic questions (age) is preferred. The contractor will be the sole responsible for obtaining the above mentioned figures.
III – Way forward
The aim is to make policy recommendation with a view to improve road safety, multimodality, and user convenience. Special attention shall be given to the ways of addressing driver education and training. In other words, recommendations should address the right condition for the safe use of PMDs
Interested parties are invited to make an offer for carrying out this study, considering the following timeframe (subject to changes, which, in any case, will be notified by the FIA European Bureau to all candidates):
For the performance of the study described above, a total amount of up to 45,000 EUR (including taxes) is available to be allocated to the selected party/parties as follows:
The study shall start upon notification of the selected party and be completed by June 2022 with the delivery of the final report. An interim report will be provided to the FIA European Bureau at a date to be commonly agreed.
The project duration may be extended following the parties’ agreement. FIA European Bureau shall be notified immediately in case of any roadblock or reason that might risk the project falling behind schedule or the planned budget being exceeded.
How to apply:
The declaration in Annex I needs to be returned to the FIA European Bureau dated and signed with the letter of candidacy to Diogo Pinto (email@example.com – phone: +32 2 282 08 12).
Full terms of reference available here
For any question regarding this tender, please contact Diogo Pinto (firstname.lastname@example.org – phone: +32 2 282 08 12)
About FIA Region I
Founded in 1904, the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) brings together leading national motoring organisations from 146 countries worldwide and is the governing body for world motor sport. The FIA Region I office, based in Brussels, is a consumer body representing 103 mobility Motoring and Touring Clubs and their 36 million members from across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. See more: www.fiaregion1.com.
The FIA European Bureau aims:
1) to provide strong representation of European Member Club interests towards the European Union institutions – for example on road safety, consumer protection, environmental protection and the promotion of sustainable motoring;
2) to build up links and support the exchange of best practices between our Member Clubs across Europe, Africa and the Middle East, and;
3) to engage in new campaign activities together with Automobile Clubs throughout the region, such as the FIA European Bureau Better Deal campaign and the FIA Action for Road Safety campaign.