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European Road Safety Charter
Straßenverkehrssicherheit in Aktion

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A good practice can be any set of actions (strategies, measures, methods, approaches etc.) that have been successfully addressing a road safety problem.

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According to most recent statistics, Romania occupies an unwanted first place among the European states with the highest rate of road accidents. It is known that children are some of the most vulnerable participants in traffic and they require careful and constant adult supervision. Also, according...
The average age of cars in Poland is 11 years. Drivers of new cars do not know how to use modern car safety systems. Lower price of training means more access to training. The dealer invites his clients to the training, customers buying cheaper tickets willing to take part in the training. An...
Results from the two-year evaluation indicate that the ‘Risk’ training has a positive effect on safe riding behaviour and hazard perception of motorcyclists in the short term (the first few months after training). Even in the long term (one year to eighteen months after training) ‘Risk’ trained...
Unfortunately, Romania is one of the worst performers in improving road safety from EU. Even from his accession to UE Member States, Romania keeps leading in the top 3 countries with the most road accident fatalities in UE. <br><br>•For example, Romania and Bulgaria were the EU Member...
car speed, driving and cellphone, driving and alcohol, drivers caution to pedestrians

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