Raul Vilidrich’s interview
Mr. Raul Viladrich describes the dramatic reduction in driving licence exams in some areas of Spain, in the post lockdown period due to the spread of the Covid-19 virus.
Ondrej Horazny’s interview
Mr. Ondrej Horazny, EFA delegate member from Czech Republic, shows to our European colleagues how is going the driving school business after the lockdown and new projects.
Neeme Kulmallik’s interview
After the Lockdown, recorded driving exams, regular training of driving instructors and new technologies. A brief conversation with Neeme Kulmallik, the President of the Estonian driving school association.
Michael Bennett’s interview
We meet Mr. Michael Bennett of JellyLearn, one of the leading Hazard Perception companies in Europe. Attached you can find some of the most suggestive clips of the English Hazard Perception Test.
CPC training course online
MEP Izaskun Bilbao Barandica asked to the EU Commission if the pandemic affected the limits on ‘telelearning’ established in the directive for CPC training courses.
Self-driving cars in the EU: from science fiction to reality
Driverless vehicles will be on the EU market from 2020. What is the EU doing to face the challenges of the automated transport sector?
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ETSC on Bike Lanes
ETSC’s Policy Director Ellen Townsend looks at the implications for road safety and how we can build a safer path forward at the local, national and EU level.
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Guide for Road Safety Opportunities and Challenges: Lowand middle-income Country Profiles
The document is the first data report to cover all 125 LMICs with comprehensive road safety country profiles. The profiles present information on each pillar of road safety—management, roads, speed, vehicles, road users, and post-crash care—, to help countries and development practitioners identify challenges and opportunities, and monitor of progress. The guide gives a precise assessment on the magnitude and complexity of road safety challenges faced by LMICs and helps policy makers understand the road safety framework in context of their own country systems and performance.