European Road Safety Charter
Good Practice

Good practice submission

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Good practice submission

Please describe the main road safety challenges/problems you have addressed or are addressing. 
Traffic safety project “Save Each Other on the Road“ aims to change and educate road users‘ behaviour on the roads, to educate their public spirit, responsibility and consciousness based on Christian values thereby reducing the number of fatalities and injuries in road accidents. Main tasks: to encourage all road users to behave with responsibility, to respect each other, not to exceed the speed limit, to fasten seat belts, to carry children only in special seats or to use other safety means, not to drive under the influence of alcohol as well as to create the atmosphere of intolerance for drunken drivers, to encourage pedestrians, cyclists and horse drivers to use reflectors, flashlights.
What are your objectives? 
Educate road users‘ behaviour on the roads

Project activities

List the actions you carried/are carrying out 
Thursday, 1 January, 2009 to Thursday, 31 December, 2020
Name of action 

Project presentations and various events were held in deaneries, parishes and other places. During these events, safety belts‘ efficiency and vehicle‘s turnover simulation equipment as well as children‘s safety seats were demonstrated; video and audio clips, movies on traffic safety were broadcast. Publications for children and adults on traffic safety were disseminated, reflectors, vests and other means with light reflecting elements were distributed. On the Travellers and Drivers‘ Day (last Sunday of September) the blessing ceremony of drivers and cars was held. All Saints‘ Day and the World‘s Day to Commemorate Fatalities in Road Accidents (the third Sunday of November) were marked as well.


What has been the effect of the activities? 
The decreased number of accidents, injured and fatalities on the roads of the country.
How many people did you reach/have you reached? 

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