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18 December 2007

With the Prince Michael Road Safety Awards scheme celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, two special awards have been made. The award to Bosch recognises the life-saving ability of electronic stability control and its gradual introduction on vehicles with the European Union planning to make the technology a mandatory feature on vehicles (see page 20); while the Department for Transport has been recognised for its safety-focused THINK! campaign, which this year has been broadened to include driving at work.

More at: www.roadsafetyawards.com

In recognising British Gas and CCG Veritas, the Awards judges said: “Both companies – one operating a highly visible nationwide fleet and one operating a small fleet – deliver outstanding examples of a good fleet safety culture.”

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