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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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There are currently over 2 million older drivers in the UK. With major advances in medical car and healthier lifestyles, this is set to increase significantly over the coming years. The functional limitations pf the ageing process can make driving more difficult over time and, because it’s often a...
Post road accident collision intervention in line with United Nations (UN) Decade of Action Fifth Pillar (recognises the benefits derived from effective Post Collision Intervention and Care).
Tackle the issue of Road Safety directed to young people and make them aware that road crashes consist the first cause of fatal and serious injuries for ages 15-29.
Los accidentes de tráfico en carretera son un problema de primer orden al que se enfrenta actualmente nuestra sociedad. El riesgo de sufrir lesiones cerebrales tras sufrir un accidente, se sitúa en una población joven, ya que cerca del 70% de los traumatismos craneo encefálicos que se producen...
We wish to contribute in road safety in our region, our country and of course in the European Union. The main problem is the road fatalities concerning young people, and especially people between the age of 15-29.The fatal crashes take place mostly during the weekends and holidays. Education is...

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