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fotoFAI UNA SOSTA

source: SATAP

videoVIDEO GALLERIE IN CROAZIA. UN INTERVISTATO RACCONTA TUTTE LE SCORRETTEZZE ALLA GUIDA CHE VENGONO FATTE IN GALLERIA, A VOLTE CAUSANDO GRAVI INCIDENTI

source: VIJESTI

type: Documentario o filmato con scopo educativo

language: Croato

categories: Artistico, Casi reali, Divertente, Galleria, Rischi da prevenire

videoUN UOMO SENZA CINTURA IMPATTA CONTRO IL VETRO E L'AIR BAG, E UNA VOCE RACCONTA COSA STA SUCCEDENDO AI SUOI ORGANI

source: TH!NK

type: Campagna

language: Inglese

categories: Città, Drammatico, Giovani, Rischi da prevenire

videoDEI RAGAZZI CI SPIEGANO CHE SE TIENI REALMENTE ALLA VITA È MEGLIO METTERSI IL CASCO IN MOTO

source: A UN PASSO DAL TUO AMORE

type: Amatoriale

language: Italiano

categories: Buoni comportamenti, Giovani, Rischi da prevenire

videoQUESTO BREVISSIMO VIDEO CI RICORDA CHE IL TELEFONO ALLA GUIDA PUÒ ESSERE UN ARMA MORTALE.

source: THINK!

type: Campagna

language: Inglese

categories: Buoni comportamenti, Rischi da prevenire

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

videoINCIDENTE IN CUI UNA MACCHINA A 160 KM/H SI POLVERIZZA CONTRO UN PILASTRO DI UN PONTE DOPO ESSERE SALTATA FUORI STRADA

source: N.D.

type: Amatoriale

language: Non Disponibile

categories: Artistico, Autostrada, Casi reali, Drammatico

videoUN SIMPATICO CAGNOLINO VIETA AD UN UOMO DI PRENDERE LA MACCHINA PER USCIRE A BERE.

source: SINGAPORE TRAFFIC POLICE

type: Campagna

language: Inglese

categories: Divertente, Giovani, Rischi da prevenire

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DON’T BE INTRUSIVE!

YOU MAY NOT BE DRIVING, BUT THE OTHERS ARE!

WE 4 YOU
ASTM-SIAS Motorways are equipped with lay-bays and parking areas where, if needed, you can station in full safety. Sometimes, however, an irreparable damage may leave you mid-way between two lay-bays, which means you are forced to stop along the emergency lane or even just on the edge of the road, in case of breakdown or sudden illness of the driver. According to the Road Code, you are allowed to stop on the emergency lane to cope with the emergency, but in no case for more than 3 hours. Actually, a stop along the edge of the road need to be surely much shorter than that, as it is an extremely dangerous situation, due to the difference of speed between ap- proaching vehicles and pedestrians. It is crucial to stop as close on the right as possible, using light indicators, and make yourself visible by wearing reflective jackets before getting out of the ve- hicle - this means you must have it at hand inside the cabin, and not in the boot. In case of poor visibility, everyone inside the ve- hicle should get out of it and stay as close to the right edge of the road as possible, to prevent them from being run over or in- jured. If possible, the passengers should find a safe place beyond guard rails - but watch out before stepping over it, above all at night: you might be on a road bridge or an overhead road! Pe- destrian must never enter the lane. They can walk on the emer- gency lanes only to reach an emergency phones station.

When?
All the time during emergency stops.
What?
If you are stationed on the emergency lane or on the edge of the motorway, or even in a lay-bay, try to stop your vehicle as far as possible from the lane where vehicles are travelling. Never cross the virtual border between safety and carelessness. Always wear your reflective jacket, press the emergency indicator button, secure all passengers, and constantly monitor children.
Why?
Speed difference is a great danger. Motorways are much safer than other kinds of roads, not only because there are no crossroads and pedestrians, but also because vehicle speed is rather even. This is why great motorway facilities such as Turin- Milan, Savona-Ventimiglia motorways and others have experi- enced years with no fatalities. When a vehicle is on an emergency stop, speed difference is huge, and much higher than on other kinds of roads. Remember that drivers might be inattentive or may not see you. As a result, you could be run over, or vehicles could be forced to swerve to avoid you. Sometimes even blasts might be enough to make you stumble, or inattentive drivers may approach too much or even cross the right edge line. Facilities and security systems alone don’t make motorway 100% safe: the attention and common sense of users are the key ingredients. Underestimating a risk or be inattentive might have a very high cost for yourself and the others.

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Orange is trendy on motorways this year

BECAUSE IT SAVES YOUR LIFE

WE 4 YOU
Stationing on motorway carriageways is very dangerous, and it should be done only in case of extreme emergency. The risk is due to the speed gap between your vehicle (which is stationary) and the vehicles travelling at high speed. This is why motorways include rest areas, parking and emergency bays. Although the Italian territory is rich in mountains and deep valleys, where this kind of safety feature can be barely provided, we dedicate ourselves and our investments in keeping you safe. In return, you are asked to make use of all the means you are offered.
Don't forget to wear your reflective jacket when you're forced to stop your vehicle in a place other than a safe area expressely designed by the Motorway Operators – danger is always clear and present!

When?
Whenever you need to stop and get out of your vehicle.
What?
Check that you have a reflective jacket in your car.
Anybody who gets out of a car must be clearly visible to others in order to guarantee their safety in the first place and then comply with law. Reflective jackets must be worn even when vehicles are stationing on emergency lanes or in rest areas. Reflective jackets must be kept inside the passenger compartment! Do not keep it in the boot, or you will be forced to get out of your car to take it and thus break the law!

Why?
Wearing a reflective jacket is important for your safety as you are sure to be immediately visible, thereby safeguarding road traffic.

Road Code
ART. 140 (PRINCIPIO INFORMATORE DELLA CIRCOLAZIONE)
ART. 162 (SEGNALAZIONE DI VEICOLO FERMO)
ART. 175 CONDIZIONI E LIMITAZIONI DELLA CIRCOLAZIONE SULLE AUTOSTRADE E SULLE STRADE EXTRAURBANE PRINCIPALI)
ART. 176 (COMPORTAMENTI DURANTE LA CIRCOLAZIONE SU AUTOSTR. E STR. EXTRAUBANE)

 

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Roadworks: you're getting in my office

OBSERVE THE SPEED LIMITS AND SIGNS, PLEASE

WE 4 YOU
The ASTM-SIAS Motorway Operators' mission entails guaranteeing safe circulation on motorways on a continuous basis, as well as further improving the quality of motorway journeys. This is why roadworks for programmed maintenance and emergency recovery are scheduled.
Roadworks are signalled in compliance with law and guarded according the best protection criteria adopted in Italy with a view to ensuring the safety of users, technicians and workers in an environment where speed is undoubtedly a critical factor. Therefore, you are asked to give your own contribution and show respect for the operators and their work. Observe speed limits and pay attention to the road signs, please: you're getting in our office!

When?
Whenever you drive through a motorway stretch under maintenance.
What?
Pay extreme attention to the presence of men at work and roadworks, observe special signing and the speed limits set. 
Why?
To safeguard human lives that could be exposed to serious dangers in case of non-compliance on your part.

Road Code
ART. 28 (OBBLIGHI DEI CONCESSIONARI DI DETERMINATI SERVIZI)
ART. 140 (PRINCIPIO INFORMATORE DELLA CIRCOLAZIONE)
ART. 141 (VELOCITÀ
ART. 142 (LIMITI DI VELOCITÀ)

Road code implementation regulations
ART. 41 LIMITAZIONI DI VELOCITÀ IN PROSSIMITÀ DI LAVORI O DI CANTIERI STRADALI)
ART 69 (OBBLIGHI DEI CONCESSIONARI DI DETERMINATI SERVIZI)
ART. 342 (OBBLIGO DI LIMITARE LA VELOCITÀ)

 

 

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Everybody knows smoking is bad for your health

IT'S EVEN WORSE WHEN YOU DRIVE: TAKE A BREAK AND STOP!

WE 4 YOU
When designing roads, the Operators provide motorway facilities with rest areas, service stations, parking areas and emergency bays located at predetermined distances. Although the Italian territory is rich in mountains and deep valleys, where this kind of safety feature can be barely provided, we dedicate ourselves and our investments in keeping you safe. In return, you are asked to make use of all the means you are offered. Don't distract your attention, because you may become a danger for yourself and the others. Choose life. Consider that when you are distracted to take a cigarette, light it up, etc. this entails a diversion of your attention that might result in accidents. Furthermore, in the event of a collision, airbags inflate in 30/50 milliseconds at more than 300 km/h and might project your head backwards. Therefore, it is imperative that your headrest is appropriately regulated. During a crash, anything you may be holding in your hand (e.g. pipes, cigars, cigarettes, pens, etc) will be hitting you violently, or even worse will be piercing through your body. In the event of an accident with airbag deployment you risk swallowing a lit cigarette or get burnt by it. Why should you risk so much for something so stupid? Have a break.

When?
Anytime when you drive
What?
Never exclude the possibility of unexpected events. Be extremely careful in any manoeuvre you make and pay attention to the obstacles you encounter over your scenario.
Even if you're not interested in the fact that lung cancer affects smokers 20 times more than non-smokers, you'd rather think of road safety. Don't be distracted to light a cigarette while driving. If you can't do without, stop in a safe place like a service station, and have a break.

Why?
Motorway systems are very safe provided that drivers are attentive. A small distraction may cost very dear to yourself and the other users. Remember that cigarettes increase the dangers you are exposed to in the event of collisions and airbag deployment.

Codice della Strada
ART. 140 (PRINCIPIO INFORMATORE DELLA CIRCOLAZIONE)