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European Road Safety Charter
15-17 teenagers

15-17 teenagers

L'elevata incidentalità stradale in Italia, con conseguente alto numero di morti e feriti...
The aim of the program is to show and explain road safety to teenagers and hopefully change their attitude and standpoints toward it in the process: developing tolerance, attention and positive attitude towards other traffic participants, learning basic for wearing a seat belt and a helmet, the...
Road accidents are the main cause of death in children over ten years worldwide. More than 3,000 children are killed or suffer road traffic injuries on the world's roads each day. <br><br>Abertis aims to reduce the rate of these accidents, and has proudly and successfully...
la difficoltà di fare capire il ponte valido esistente tra il PRIMISSIMO SOCCORSO e la GUIDA SICURA
To inform and raise awareness amongst pupils primarily and in the field of road safety. Furthermore, to the consolidation of the causes and consequences of traffic incidents. Moreover, to contribute to the conformation of informed road users.
With this project we wanted to focus on the safe movement of pupils. Most students come by road and the risk of an accident is too great. So parents and students when they are going to school they have to be very careful. Also, the students who come on foot should be very careful too, especially at...
The circumstances of tragic accidents have been heavily discussed recently in the media in Hungary when youngsters have died due to distraction by wearing earphones and headphones while on the road. The society was very much shocked and people tried to find solution as one death is too much not to...
The major contribution of NRSO is to continuously and dynamically support the road safety decision makers and stakeholders with updated knowledge and data via open-science and thus, contribute to the significant reduction of the number of road accidents and of the related casualties in Greece, in...
The irresponsibility adults show when driving.

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