MOBILITY AND TRANSPORT
European Road Safety Charter
Road Safety in action

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For years the road safety situation in Bulgaria was understandable mainly for the Bulgarians and little was known abroad. This was due not because we do not work on the issue in the country but because not many documents exist in a language other than Bulgarian. In 2013 and 2014 iRED issued two National reports in the framework of the ROSEE project. Let's hope now more people will be aware of what is done in Bulgaria and the progress, we make.

Los accidentes de tráfico son la primera causa de muerte entre los jóvenes españoles. Está demostrado científicamente que estos accidentes pueden, en su mayoría, prevenirse o disminuir sus consecuencias si se adoptan las medidas oportunas. Creemos que una formación reglada sobre seguridad vial y movilidad sostenible desde la escuela es una de las claves que, de ser implantada en España, concienciarían al futuro conductor y ayudarían a reducir el número de muertes en carretera. Según el estudio Búsqueda de Soluciones al Problema de la Siniestralidad Vial de los Jóvenes.

Standard (new) trucks
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All-round visibility

Large panoramic windows, low top edge of the instrument panel and fully-glazed folding door make for outstanding visibility

Visibility is enhanced by a wide-angle mirror on the driver’s side fitted
above the main mirror With a wider field of view.

Reversing camera: Extra passenger side mirror to eliminate blind spots

The Czech Beer and Malt Association (CBMA) takes an active role in promoting a responsible approach to alcohol consumption. One of its self-regulation activities is the project „When I Drive I Drink NA Beer“, which was launched in 2011 and aims to encourage responsible behavior among drivers. The project’s objective is to both minimize the occurrence of alcohol behind the wheel, which is a major cause of serious road accidents, and to increase awareness of non-alcoholic beer as a safe alternative, in terms of law enforcement and driver safety.

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