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What are you doing/aiming to do for road safety? 

 
We wish to continue exercising a major role in the areas of safety and prevention by working in close collaboration with our partner, the insurance company AXA, in pursuit of innovation so that the provision of insurance coverage is conducive to preventing accidents among drivers of motorised two-wheel vehicles. Our sphere of operation concerns motorised two-wheel vehicles equal to and exceeding 80 cm3.
 
1. To develop in conjunction with AXA, progressive access to power, the founding principle of Club 14.
- To raise awareness of this principle by means of articles on our website.
- To encourage young drivers to follow this principle on the ground during training/events we organise or when insurance polices are distributed by AXA agents.
 
2. To foster protection by means of two-wheel vehicle driver equipment:
To allow Club 14 members to purchase essential safety equipment for motorcycle riding (gloves, helmets, jackets and airbag vest) at preferential rates in a “benefits section” dedicated to them on the Club 14 website (www.club14.com).
 
3. To facilitate the replacement of equipment for motorised two-wheel vehicle drivers:
In the event of at-fault and no-fault claims, to include capped reimbursement in AXA warranties (on the request of Club 14) of helmets, the airbag vest and clothes. Said refunds apply to Club 14 members whose two-wheel vehicles are insured by AXA (80 cm3 and more).
 
4. To secure motorised two-wheel vehicles:
To encourage Club 14 members to perform technical motorcycle checks so as to ensure the safety of the vehicle used by offering a 10% discount on the annual insurance premium (the reduction is valid once per vehicle).
 
5. To foster the training of motorised two-wheel vehicle drivers:
To encourage Club 14 members to undertake a post-license improvement course to enhance their control of the vehicle by offering a 10% discount on the annual insurance premium (the reduction is valid once per person). Club 14 members can benefit from a 10% reduction on Philippe Monneret driving courses (former motorcycle champion of the race 24 Hours of Le Mans).
 
6. To improve motorcycle rider training:
To co-organise “Club 14 Days” with our partners. Said events will allow participants to improve their motorcycle riding skills in a simulated environment and with recognised driving professionals. Registration is offered at a discount for Club 14 members.
 
7. To raise the awareness of key players in the field of motorised two-wheel vehicles (professionals, authorities, the media and the public):
- To co-organise “national motorcycle and scooter days”. This event brings together all the major key players in the world of motorised two-wheel vehicles (institutional figures, importers, road safety officials, etc.). It seeks to present to the pubic all the innovations with regard to safety for motorcyclists (airbag, ABS, traction control, etc.). It also helps to mobilise professionals in the industry on issues promoting road safety. At this free event, participants can also test the latest developments in vehicle equipment.
- To organise an “annual tourism rally” to share the enjoyment of motorcycle riding through safe driving. Special emphasis will be placed on new safety items, the importance of mechanically sound vehicles and prevention tips.
 
8. To inform the public:
- To provide road safety information to our members on an ongoing basis in various formats and events. 
 

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Depuis sa création en 1981, Club 14 mène des actions pour améliorer la sécurité routière des motocyclistes. Cet engagement, comme on peut le voir dans nos statuts originels, toujours actuels et déposés en préfecture, est un des axes fondateur de notre association. « L’objet de cette association regroupant des personnes intéressées par la pratique de la motocyclette est de :

 

1. Concourir à l’amélioration de la sécurité et de la prévention par tous moyens appropriés, tel que informations, études, contacts avec les pouvoirs publics, les constructeurs et, en général, les organismes compétents (prévention routière, sécurité routière, gendarmerie, etc…).
2. Permettre à ses adhérents de trouver les services et les matériels nécessaires à la pratique de leur sport aux meilleures conditions
3. Développer entre les adhérents une véritable vie associative. »
30 ans après, notre volonté est de poursuivre notre contribution à l’édifice de la sécurité routière. La lutte contre la sinistralité moto sur les routes est devenue un sujet d’envergure européenne qui ne peut se satisfaire d’une vision uni territoriale. Conscient de cette réalité, nous souhaitons nous inscrire nous aussi dans cette mouvance en signant la Charte Européenne de la Sécurité Routière. Au delà de cette signature, nous souhaitons développer un vrai plan d’action qui s’inscrit dans une optique de résultats.

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