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videoICARO – Non tutti gli incidenti stradali hanno conseguenze mortali.

source: POLIZIA STRADALE

type: Campagna

language: Italiano

categories: Buoni comportamenti, Giovani, Rischi da prevenire

videoVIDEO SENZA LA VISIONE DI INCIDENTI SI FA VEDERE IL DOLORE DELLA VITA CHE RESTA DOPO UN INCIDENTE; RAGAZZO SU UNA SEDIA A ROTELLE

source: QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT

type: Campagna

language: Inglese

categories: Drammatico, Famiglie, Giovani, Rischi da prevenire, Testimonianze

videoNEL BREVE FLMATO SI VEDE UN CAMION CAPOVOLTO A CAUSA DEL CARICO NON FISSATO CHE INFATTI SI TROVA DISTANTE DAL VEICOLO

source:

type: Amatoriale

language: Italiano

categories: Casi reali, Prefessionisti della guida, Rischi da prevenire

videoNEL FILMATO SI VEDE IL TENTATIVO DI FAR TORNARE UN AUTOCISTERNA DA CAPOVOLTA SULLE SUE UOTE, MA NEL FARLO SI INCENTIA IL LIQUIDO E LA CISTERNA ESPLODE

source:

type: Amatoriale

language: Spagnolo

categories: Casi reali, Drammatico, Prefessionisti della guida

videoNEL VIDEO VIENE MOSTRATO UN MEZZO PESANTE AVVOLTO DALLE FIAMME A LATO DELLA CARREGGIATA

source:

type: Amatoriale

language: Non Disponibile

categories: Casi reali, Drammatico

videoun ragazzo beve prima di guidare e perde la vita

source: TAC

type: Amatoriale

language: Inglese

categories: Drammatico, Giovani, Rischi da prevenire

videoVideo che ci mostra l' importanza dell' insegnamento della sicurezza stradale ai più piccoli.

source: THINK!

type: Campagna

language: Inglese

categories: Buoni comportamenti, Città, Famiglie, Passeggeri

videoVideo molto inquietante sulla guida in stato di ebbrezza realizzato dalla UK road safety per il Natale del 2000.

source: UK ROAD SAFETY

type: Campagna

language: Inglese

categories: Casi reali, Divertente, Rischi da prevenire

videoInteressante presentazione in cui vengono mostrate delle statistiche sugli incidenti stradali causati dalla distrazione.

source: NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL

type: Amatoriale

language: Inglese

categories: Rischi da prevenire

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SLY DRIVERS ON THE EMERGENCY LANE

BUT DO THEY KNOW THE CONSEQUENCES?

WE 4 YOU
ASTM-SIAS operators have undertaken an everyday passio- nate work to improve the conditions of licensed roads. Along with the Road Police, they even assume (personal) operating risks needed to protect motorways users and make roads safer and clear, thus preventing traffic from slowing down, which is in itself a risk for road users.This is why they remind you that emergency lanes is a priority passage for rescue and first aid squads, which means that they are dedicated to control, aid and rescue vehicles. These lanes should be used only for that purpose - and let’s hope they are seldom used for it, by the way. As far as ordinary users are concerned, they have the right to stop there in case of breakdown or difficulty only, which makes it impos- sible or too risky to go on.All vehicles not intended for control or rescue are expressly denied to access to such lane by the Road Code.According to the current law, in case of forced stop, it is for- bidden to get out of the vehicle without wearing the reflective jackets, which should be homologated and bear the CE labelwww.trip2life.com(it must be kept in the cabin, not in the boot).

When?
All the time when you’re driving on a motorway.
What?
Never drive along the emergency lane for a short or a long trip either, to pass traffic jams or queues or for any other reasons not directly connected to situations of real emergency. If you are forced to stop along such lane, re- member that according to the Road Code your stop there should be as short as possible (usually not more than a few minutes, and never longer than 3 hours). Rememberthat it is forbidden to drive in reverse on this lane.
Why?
Stationing or driving unduly along a space which was designed to ease the circulation of rescue vehicles is an obnoxious action. If such violation is committed to save time to the detriment of other people, thus preventing ac- cess to rescue vehicles, is even irresponsible and despicable, because this could seriously damage people, slow down ambulances and other rescue vehicles which are there toprotect public interests.

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MUTUAL RESPECT

IS CRUCIAL TO CIVILIZATION

WE 4 YOU
There are thousands of chances for vehicles and pedestrians to cross each other’s way. According to current statistics, at least one car accident out of ten involves pedestrians. This leads to a huge social and human cost because running over a person has among the most serious consequences of all accidents - one fatality out of seven, thus a higher percentage, involves pedestrians, not to mention cases where people are not killed but permanently injured. People who have to stop on motorways for emergency reasons become pedestrians themselves. Moreover, ASTM-SIAS Motorways are scat- tered with service stations and parking areas with cafes and other services, where pedestrians are obviously found.We do our best and mark out such areas, putting markings and signs to protect pedestrian lanes. Now it’s up to you to comply with the law when you are a pedestrian, i.e., walk only on pave- ments, bays, boulevards and spaces designed for that purpose. If there are no such spaces, or they are cluttered, impracticable or in- sufficient, you must walk cautiously and attentively and be aware that although you have the right to be there, drivers may be less attentive than usual sometimes.When you are driving, remember that the others’ health and safety depend on you and your behaviour, which should never be aggres-www.trip2life.comsive. On the contrary, stop and let pedestrians walk across the road every time you can do it safely, try and protect them with your car, which is clearly more visible for other vehicles.

When?
Every time you are a pedestrian or you cross a pedestrianon your way.
What?
If you are a pedestrian, walk in the spaces provided for thatpurpose and always have a defensive attitude...when you are in your shoes - don’t take for granted that the vehicles comply strictly with the rules provided for your protection, because drivers may be tired, inattentive or even altered by forbidden substances.If you are a driver, then you are protected by the mass and plate of your vehicle, but the others are not. If you don’t want to run the risk to become a killer, then grab the wheel of your life seriously.
Why?
Pedestrians, cyclists (who cannot ride on motorways but who pay a very high toll in Italy as road casualties, just as high as all motorways), and bikers are the weakest category of road users, and this is why they deserve and need to be given special attention. When remember that you are a pedestrian every time you’re walking. When you’re driving remember that what you have in your hand is a potential weapon that kills tens of thou- sands of lives in Europe every year.

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FREEDOM? WE LOVE IT! BUT FOR WHOM?

KEEP YOUR DOG LEASHED, PLEASE.

WE 4 YOU
The traffic flow on ASTM-SIAS motorways is secured by thousands of kilometers of fences along its borders to prevent stray animals from entering it. The maintenance service of SIAS motorways per- manently works to keep fences as intact and effi- cient as possible. During long car trips, remember to care for the needs of any passenger or animal travelling with you. The service stations scattered along the motorway network include pedestrian areas, green areas or flowerbeds where you can walk your dog. However, for the safety of your dog... and of all the people travelling on the mo- torway, dogs must be kept on the leash so that they will not run away towards the road due to an unfamiliar environment or unusual event.

When?
Every time your dog gets out of the car.
What?
Keep your dog on the leash when close to a road driven through by vehicles.
Why?
Because complying with simple rules of common sense can prevent irreparable disasters: your dog might be run over by a car and cause a serious accident. Unleashing your dog is not re- spectful. In addition, it puts not only your life on the risk but also the life of people travelling along the road. A careless action might have fatal consequences. Your (leashed) dog is free to walk in the green areas of service stations or in the parking zones. This is freedom for all, with mutual respect.

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To be informed is to be safe

DON'T UNDERESTIMATE OUR MESSAGES

WE 4 YOU
ASTM-SIAS Motorway Operators ensure active surveillance throughout motorways from a dedicated traffic control centre open 24/7. Patrols from both the Road Police and Motorway Operator are on non-stop duty on the road to keep an eye on traffic through videocameras and weather sensors.
The Road Police and Motorway Operator provides you with the latest information available in real time on radio channels, traffic lights and variable message signs. In addition to that, the national authorities and ASTM-SIAS Motorway Operators participate in European Programs, e.g. EasyWay, a program co-funded by the European Commission (DG Move) aimed at implementing intelligent transportation systems so to favour the development of equal services over the whole European network, e.g., variable message signs reading journey times, possible inconveniences or dangers along the route.
Our daily mission is to provide accurate and reliable information so that you can take appropriate decisions for your journey and make it safer and as much comfortable as possible. This is why you are asked to take our messages into consideration and contribute to make roads safer and more efficient for yourself and the other users with a wise behaviour.

When?
Before leaving or whenever you're driving through a motorway..
What?
Before leaving, get information on the stretch you have to drive through. Our websites provide real time information on traffic conditions. When travelling, read attentively and keep strictly to the instructions provided in real time via radio and variable message signs.
Why?
To prevent risks and unforeseen events and make your own and the other users' journey more comfortable.

Road Code
ART. 140 (PRINCIPIO INFORMATORE DELLA CIRCOLAZIONE)