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videoIl fumetto per la sicurezza stradale

source: Provincia di Lucca, SALT, SATAP

type: Lucca Comics & Games 2011

language: Italiano

categories: Buoni comportamenti, Rischi da prevenire, Luoghi comuni

videoIL VIDEO MOSTRA COME LA COSCIENZA NON LI LIBERI MAI DALL'AVER UCCISO QUALCUNO A CAUSA DELLA VELOCITÀ

source: TH!NK

type: Campagna

language: Inglese

categories: Famiglie, Giovani, Rischi da prevenire

videoUN RAGAZZO PER LA FRETTA VIAGGIA TROPPO VELOCE E NON METTE LA CINTURA. CONCLUDE SUI DATI DEGLI INCIDENTI GIORNALIERI ITALIANI.

source: SAFE DRIVE

type: Amatoriale

language: Italiano

categories: Giovani, Rischi da prevenire

videoINSEGNA BUONI COMPORTAMENTI PER COMPRARE LE AUTO, E ESPONE I DATI DEGLI INCIDENTI IN ITALIA

source: TG2 MOTORI

type: Documentario o filmato con scopo educativo

language: Italiano

categories: Buoni comportamenti, Città, Giovani, Luoghi comuni, Rischi da prevenire

videospot realizzato dalla TAC per natale contro l' alcool alla guida. Un uomo ubriaco va contro un albero suscitando disperazione nella sua famiglia.

source: TAC

type: Campagna

language: Inglese

categories: Drammatico, Famiglie, Giovani, Rischi da prevenire

videoSe non sei in grado di guidare chiama un taxi.

source: SRS Media

type: Campagna

language: Arabo

categories: Buoni comportamenti, Divertente

videoSCRIVERE SMS ALLA GUIDA PUÒ ESSERE MORTALE

source: MINISTERO FRANCESE

type: Campagna

language: Francese

categories: Rischi da prevenire

videoIL CASCO È NECESSARIO IN NUMEROSE DISCIPLINE SPORTIVE, PERCHÉ NON SI DOVREBBE METTERLO IN MOTO?

source: POLICIA DE LA PROVINCIA DE NEUQUEN

type: Documentario o filmato con scopo educativo

language: Spagnolo

categories: Buoni comportamenti, Drammatico, Giovani, Rischi da prevenire

videoIn questo video un bambino si salva perché ha indossato il casco.

source: MOT JKJR Road Safety Commercial

type: Campagna

language: Inglese

categories: Buoni comportamenti, Famiglie, Passeggeri

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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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CAN TEXTING SAVE YOUR LIFE?

IT CAN...IF YOU DON'T DO IT!

WE 4 YOU
ASTM-SIAS Motorway Operators collaborate with telephone operators and provide coverage for cell phones along their own road network. It is quite a useful service in case of emergency, and a convenience for passengers. Nonetheless, not only is it forbidden to use your mobile phone while driving, but it also in- creases the risk of accidents by 5 times. A telephone call may divert your attention from driving, but texting is 20 times more dangerous. It's not distraction, it's an irresponsible act! While a downturn is observed in the trend of some other risky behaviours, for this one an increase is recorded, which is directly proportional to the informatic equipment available to the drivers. Many na- tional governments are taking severe measures to oppose such bad behaviour. When you're driving, you should drive only and nothing more!

When?
All the time, when you're driving.
What?
Always focus your attention on the road, keep your hands on the steering wheel and never use electronic com- munication devices.
Why?
Recent surveys (by IPSOS) highlight that 76% of Italian people identify the human factor, namely distraction and non compliance with the Road Code, as the main cause of road accidents. Among the most dangerous activities: talk- ing on the cell phone (50%), dialling a telephone number (45%), and texting (76%). The youngest drivers (between 18 and 24) are the ones who text the most when driving. Some US researches show that texting while driving increase the risk of accident by 23 times. As a matter of fact, you turn away from the road for 4,6 seconds when texting, which means (at 50 km/h) driving the length of a football field without looking. Since March 2012, the Italian law introduced stricter pro- visions on the use of cell phones while driving, thus recog- nizing the risk inherent in such action. Therefore, if you have to send a text message, pull in a service station and park safely. The motorway system is safe as long as the drivers are careful. Any distraction or carelessness may have a great cost for yourself and for the others - because road doesn’t spare the inattentive people.

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Safety distance!!! ... Please ...

WHEN YOU DRIVE, DISTANCE MEANS SAFETY!

WE 4 YOU
ASTM-SIAS Motorway Operators have undertaken to ensure a good level of grip and evenness of the motorway pavement through maintenance works and periodical survey campaigns monitored by the Independent Supervisory Authority (IVCA/ANAS).

The drivers' BEHAVIOUR and safety distance make the difference! When you drive, consider the traffic situation and the conditions of pavements. In the event of rainfalls, never exceed 110 km/h. This means you can drive as fast as 110 km/h as long as the local conditions (traffic, road surface, speed limits etc.) allow you to do so.

Question/Answer
When? When driving, consider speed as a factor at stake. Your vehicle, like any other, cannot stop immediately.
What? Safety distance is crucial to prevent accidents and offset serious consequences, both in a tunnel and open air. Adjust your safety distance according to the conditions of the road surface and slopes:
• at 130 km/h on a dry road surface, keep more than 150 m distance from the vehicle before you
• at 110 km/h on a wet road surface, keep more than 150 m distance from the vehicle before you.
• in tunnels, always keep 100 m safety distance.
Young drivers need to respect additional speed limits.
Why? The braking system must win inertia. Besides, braking is less efficient on wet surfaces because of a lower grip between tyres and the asphalt surface.
As the best car racers in the world, you have to cope with a physiological reaction time preventing you from activating brakes immediately.

Road Code
ART. 140 (PRINCIPIO INFORMATORE DELLA CIRCOLAZIONE)
ART.149 (DISTANZA DI SICUREZZA TRA I VEICOLI)

Road code implementation regulations
ART. 348 (DISTANZA DI SICUREZZA TRA I VEICOLI)

 

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Safety distance!!! ... Please ...

DISTANCE MEANS SAFETY! EVEN WHEN YOU'RE QUEUING...

WE 4 YOU
ASTM-SIAS Motorway Operators have to coordinate their work with the Road Police, the Fire brigades and the 118 First Aid Units. Moreover, Motorway Operators coordinate the actions of emergency wreckers. A timely intervention of emergency units allows to handle emergencies quickly and contributes to save lives. If you fail to keep a correct distance from the vehicle before you, not only will you never be able to manoeuvre yours, but you will even hinder the passage of emergency vehicles. We'll rush to help you, but you have to clear the passage for us – so, don't drive too close to the vehicle before you.

When? When you're queuing.
What? Safety distance is essential to avoid accidents and guarantee free access to emergency vehicles. Don't stop too close to the vehicle before you, stop on the right and never station in the overtaking lane.
Why? In the absence of an emergency lane, spacing is essential to favour manoeuvres, thereby allowing the passage of emergency vehicles.
Although they are designed to meet the highest safety standards, European motorway tunnels usually lack in emergency lanes, as they are not included in the safety standards of common interest by the European institutions..

Road Code
ART. 140 (PRINCIPIO INFORMATORE DELLA CIRCOLAZIONE)
ART.149 (DISTANZA DI SICUREZZA TRA I VEICOLI)

Road code implementation regulations
ART. 348 (DISTANZA DI SICUREZZA TRA I VEICOLI)