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Lowering fines in Greece, a wrong signal

FEVR learned from his Greek members Efthita & SOS Traffic Crimes that the Government is planning to lower the fines for Traffic Violations by as much as 50%. In an official letter FEVR strongly appealed the Greek Government  to renounce to such a wrong signal to those who put other road users in danger. “As international […]

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FEVR certificate of appreciation for Commissioner Bulc

During a ceremony in Ljublijana organised by our Slovenian member Zavod Varna Pot at the eve of the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, FEVR Vice-president Robert Staba presented a Certificate of appreciation to Violeta Bulc, European Commissioner for Mobility and Transport, for her important contribution and constant support of our activities to protect […]

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6 weeks till WDR

In exactly 6 weeks, Sunday November 20th will be the next WDR: The role of the World Day The World Day of Remembrance (WDR) exists to create a global culture of proper road safety. Celebrating the memory of those friends and relatives who died or were seriously injured on the world’s roads sets a collective […]

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2 new ETSC PIN reports

Brussels – 20 June 2016 Today ETSC  launches 2 new Performance Index (PIN ) Reports ETSC Press Release: 2016 06 20 pin pr_final Jeannot Mersch, FEVR president: “These are 2 important reports with a solid scientific background which shows that we really need this “wake up call” as progress in reducing fatalities and especially serious injuries […]

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Premios 2015 Fundacion Mapfre

here is the nice trophy FEVR got a week ago in Madrid just arrived in Luxemburg Interview with president in Spanish Newspaper:ABC_Interview_Jeannot Mersch_20160614 Maggy Mersch  Jeannot Mersch: FEVR president, Jesús Monclús González: Director Área de Prevención y Seguridad VialFUNDACIÓN MAPFRE,                                     […]

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PREMIOSFM2015: Award for the Best Road Safety Initiative

FEVR to be awarded by Fundacion MAPFRE “Best Accident Prevention and Road Safety Initiative 2015” with the project “Do not forget the serious injured Road Traffic Victims.”  more     #PremiosFM2015 “We are very proud and honored by getting this award next Monday 6th of June in Madrid. It will give us still more energy and […]

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FEVR 25 Years Young

1991-2016 FEVR was set up on 6th of July 1991 in Geneva by Professor Marcel HAEGI, our founder and 1. president 25 years of voluntary work for and with Road Traffic Victims

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ETSC: Automated vehicles need ‘driving tests’

There is nowadays much discussion about self driving or autonomous cars among stakeholders The European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) just released a study on this topic whilst this afternoon there will be a hearing in the EP Transport Committee in Brussels Antonio Avenoso, Executive Director of the European Transport Safety Council said: “Automated vehicles are already starting […]

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UN new roadsafety resolution

United Nations General Assembly and its Member States adopted a resolution on “Improving global road safety”. Among key decisions, resolution A/70/L.44 reaffirms adoption of the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) targets on road safety:importance of reaching the road safety-related targets, such as target 3.6, which aims to halve, by 2020, the number of global deaths and […]

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European Parliament serious injuries WD final countdown

  Still some More MEP’s needed to sign the Written Declaration (WD): last week to sign Links: Joint Letter to MEPs Serious Injury W.D with_logos WD (in english) and  German and French 258 MEP’s already signed LAST CALL: We MUST reach 370+ signatures till 19th of April  “thx on behalf of all RT Victims”       Jeannot Mersch, president #       […]

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