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Pivotal Role of Powered Light Vehicles

30 January 2020

The Route to Tomorrow's Journeys: Motor Cycle Industry Association (MCIA)

The future of transport, both personal and cargo, has become a major consideration for national and local governments, industry and the general public. The Route to Tomorrow's Journeys: an MCIA policy document is now available on The Road Safety Knowledge Centre.   It examines the current situation and delivers a series of rational, workable solutions that demonstrate the pivotal role the Powered Light Vehicles (PLVs), including motorcycles and scooters, could and should play.

 

 

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