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The number of road traffic fatalities in Germany decreased steadily until 2010. However, since then the statistics show that the number of collisions are on the rise again. Reasons for this trend can be found, for example, in increased traffic volume, stress in everyday life or distraction whilst driving. As a result, dangerous situations on the road are often not assessed correctly or are recognised too late by road users. This shows a need for action to break new grounds in road safety work. This is exactly where ( comes in.

Η Λέσχη Δικαιωμάτων Μοτοσικλετιστών Κύπρου (CMRC) με τους βοηθούς εκπαιδευτές ασφαλούς οδήγησης, ολοκλήρωσαν με επιτυχία το Σεμινάριο Advice in Advanced Riding (Επίπεδο Α) σε συνεργασία με το Ινστιτούτο Μοτοθεσις από την Ελλάδα με επικεφαλή εκπαιδευτή τον κ. Βαγγέλη Λεμονίδη.

Το πρώτο μέρος του σεμιναρίου περιλάμβανε ένα ολοήμερο θεωρητικό μάθημα που είχε στόχο την ενίσχυση γνώσεων στην ασφάλεια των μοτοσικλετιστών.

The Croatian Automobile Club (HAK) continuously promotes 10 golden rules in traffic by carrying out a whole range of promotional activities.

Since 2016 HAK hosts an annual competition for the production of short films on this topic with the aim of promoting creativity amongst under-24s.

This year, 33 films were submitted, and the following authors were awarded:-

Tiago Jorge won a Renault Captur in the 2021 Mokotów Bike Rally. The lucky coupon was drawn by the Mayor of Mokotow District Krzysztof Skolimowski. The event was powered by the FIA Road Safety Grant Programme and Mokotow District Found.

During on-site promotions, trained monitors accompany local policies. The monitor waits for the police to carry out a breathalyzer test with the driver. If the driver has an alcohol level of 0.0, the monitor rewards them (for example with a 20€ fuel voucher. All the awards must be claimed on the Spanish responsible drinking website,, to interact with the target group in a more personalized way.