Remote and Face-to-Face Lessons: A Case Study at Driving School.
In December 2022, the scientific article was published which compares face-to-face training with online training. “Neurophysiological Evaluation of Students’ Experience during Remote and Face-to-Face Lessons: A Case Study at Driving School“. The experiments were carried out in the driving school, during the theory lessons. Interesting results were obtained by the working group.
Dekra Road Safety Report 2022.
For 16 years, the European Road Safety Report has been a continuous analysis and dissemination activity aimed at institutions, associations, companies and road users with the aim of statistically investigating the phenomenon of accidents on the roads.
In 2022 the focus will be on the mobility of young people, a particularly strategic category considering that worldwide road accidents represent the leading cause of death among young people aged between 5 and 29 years.
Below you can find contributions from EFA, Mobiliance and ANIECA in the English version. You can get translated version in the national Dekra websites.
Road Safety Annual Report 2022.
The Road Safety Annual Report 2022 provides an overview of road safety performance for the 42 countries participating in the International Transport Forum’s permanent working group on road safety, known as the IRTAD Group. Based on the latest data, the report describes recent road safety developments in these countries and compares their performance against the main road safety indicators.
New film shows alcohol interlocks can save lives and change the lives of those that use them.
The value of alcohol interlocks for preventing drink-driving is highlighted in a new short film launched by the European Transport Safety Council. Read more and watch the video here.
There are available more translation of the video: Czech, Bulgarian and Greek, Norwegian and more…
4th European Conference on Connected and Automated Driving.
The European Commission, together with the European Partnership on Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility (CCAM) and the FAME project, are pleased to announce the 4th European Conference on Connected and Automated Driving (EUCAD2023), which will take place in Brussels on 3 and 4 May 2023.
In line with the European Green Deal and the Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy, it is the ambition of the European Commission to leverage the digitalisation of transport with climate-neutral objectives to make transport smarter, safer, and more sustainable. Innovative solutions like Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility are helping to achieve these green and digital priorities, offering affordable, user-oriented, and inclusive shared mobility concepts for passengers and for goods.
You can collect more info here.
CPC DG MOVE – 24 Jan.
The informal commission expert group on the qualification and training of drivers of certain road vehicles (‘CPC EXPERT GROUP’) was held on 24 January in Brussels. EFA participated as an expert, pointing out some of the issues of the sector such as the lack of drivers and to consider lowering the age limit for obtaining professional licenses. Several topics were discussed during the day, including the possibility of extending periodic training to other driving license categories.
Below you can download the link to download the new CPC directive in several EU languages.
ACEA “Vehicles in use” report.
The 2023 edition of ACEA’s ‘Vehicles in use’ report provides an extensive overview of the motor vehicle fleet on the road in the European Union – covering passenger cars, light commercial vehicles, medium and heavy commercial vehicles, and buses.
IRU: Global driver shortages: 2022 year in review.
In 2022, IRU, backed with on-the-ground information from its members, continued to report and analyse global driver shortages: a chronic issue threatening the stability and continuity of mobility and supply chains. This article offers an overview of IRU’s efforts to analyse the situation, raise awareness and advance solutions.
Read more here.