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Oct 2014

Safety: Defying Brand Expectation

Euro NCAP, the organisation dedicated to revealing the safety of new cars, today releases the results for twelve vehicles. Ten of these vehicles achieved Euro NCAP’s maximum award of five stars in the overall rating. However, two of the twelve results released make an important point: the consumer can never be too complacent when it comes to brand loyalty. Recent surveys1 have shown that one...

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15

Oct 2014

Pedestrian crossings in Europe need significant improvements

Each year, more than 8,000 pedestrians are killed in the road accidents across Europe. Almost one out of four happens on a pedestrian crossing. The Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) European Bureau calls for a minimum standardisation of markings, traffic lights and traffic signs on pedestrian crossings which is needed in order to improve the worst situations existing in a number of countries throughout Europe....

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15

Oct 2014

City Mobility Depends on Good Local Public Transport

“Not bad but could do better!” that was the verdict of EuroTest’s latest local public transport survey around Europe. “Despite some positive results, there is still much space for improvement. Customers need clear, visible and understandable information” said Wil Botman, Director General of the FIA European Bureau. ”Efficient transport with good interconnections is essential if people are to be persuaded to leave their cars at...

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15

Oct 2014

UN Declares one Decade of Action

The United Nations General Assembly yesterday passed a resolution to proclaim 2011-2020 a Decade of Action for Road Safety aimed at saving five million lives over the next 10 years. FIA President Jean Todt said: “With the Decade of Action in place, the FIA and its members are proud of this important milestone achieved together with the FIA Foundation and the Make Roads Safe campaign....

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