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Mon, 02/03/2014
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Axel Druart (Responsible Young Drivers) recently spoke with us about the European Road Safety Charter’s new mission to engage with vulnerable road users, particularly youth.

“At 16-years-old, you start to be able to drive a motorbike, so you need to know you have to wear a helmet, you need to know the consequences if you’re over speeding. It’s some kind of ignorance because they have never had the experience of a crash.

"As well, alcohol and drugs are very deep issues right now.”

The ERSCharter plans to hold workshops in each of the 28 EU member states for the period 2013-2016. Druart, a road safety expert and avid campaigner, highlights the main aim for these events:

“Our goal is to engage young people and young stakeholders, working in road safety altogether, to connect them, to create synergies, and to create concrete outcomes after the workshops. Mainly we want to exchange ideas, opinions.

"These are the topics that we will bring to the workshops during the European Road Safety Charter.”

Axel Druart was speaking with us as part of the ERSCharter experts’ meeting, held in Barcelona at the end of 2013.

You can watch the full video below. 

/file/11358_ltAxel Druart, road safety expert, on the European Road Safety Charter

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Wed, 01/29/2014

Reducing the frequency and severity of road crashes will improve the bottom line of a business.

Article wrote by Peter Larner FCILT, Suckling Transport’s MD.

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 Watch this short film introducing Global Plan - Pillar 2: Safer Roads & Mobility

/file/11365_ltGlobal Plan - Pillar 2: Safer Roads & Mobility


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