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European Road Safety Charter Summer Contest

29 August 2007

European Road Safety Charter is launching its Summer Contest. The idea behind this new and exciting project is that individuals from the general public are invited to testify about the actions they have taken in their every day lives in favour of road safety.

Individuals are invited individuals to join and testify about the actions they have taken for road safety. The winners could be among your employees, clients, members, administrators...  Full details here

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