6 July 2017 00:00 – 9 September 2017 00:00
Bonarka City Center, Hotel Forum
Fundacja Prodriver (Prodriver Foundation)
The "Krakow Together Against Drunk Driving" campaign, organized by the Prodriver Foundation, took place in Krakow in the form of two one-day events. The aim of the campaign was to promote social attitudes and encourage the Cracovians to oppose driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs in the context of road traffic. The campaign was held at Bonarka City Center, during the Bonarka Action Finals, "Driver on 6+", which the Prodriver Foundation co-hosted. The second edition was held on 9.09.2017 in the square of the former Forum Hotel in Cracow on the occasion of Cracow Moto-barbecue in cooperation with, among others, the Association of Krakow Motorcyclists - the South Group and the Krakow Motorcyclists School. On our stands you could also an exhibition of rallye cars and talk to Auto-Fart driving instructors and rally drivers about a great initiative to support young talents under the banner of "Future Rallye Drivers Academy". Both campaigns were very popular, thanks to the use of specialized and innovative methods and tools that the Prodriver Foundation has had for several years. Anyone who came to our stand could benefit, among others, from alco goggles, a rollover simulator, an alcometer, a safety driving simulator, or a filmed experience comparing sober and alcohol driving as the first experiment in Poland realised by Prodriver Foundation in September 2016. In addition, during the campaign, participants were able to get acquainted with the instruction of stopping the drunk driver and see a demonstration of a car extinguisher. During each visit were also present officers of the Department of Road Traffic of Krakow Police Headquarter who responded to questions about road safety. The project was co-financed by the Municipal Commune in Krakow.
The aim of the campaign was to promote social attitudes and encourage the Cracovians to oppose driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs in the context of road traffic.