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New EU-wide eCall system saves lives by saving time
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Bahrain Bikers gear up to drive MENA road safety forward
The Bahrain Bikers, a group of 31 motorcycling enthusiasts are taking to the streets of Bahrain to tackle road safety issues in the region.
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Scooter company wants to use tech to make its riders (and its property) safer.
Hungarian infrastructure a symptom of decades of underinvestment
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Devices that make it easier for motorists to drive without safety belts can be bought online across Europe, a Euronews investigation has found.
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Slow down! France introduces new speed limits on secondary roads
Move is an attempt to reverse trend of rising mortality on French roads.
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This yellow-crested cockatoo is absolutely delighted by the discovery of his new toy.
Activists paint their own pedestrian crossing on deadly Brussels stree
Members of Belgian citizen groups paint a zebra crossing on the street where an elderly man was run over and killed
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