Questions of the week
Include motorcyclists in the Vision Zero concept!
Automated cars: Too much, too soon
Fatal collision between an Uber autonomous car and a pedestrian in Arizona shows that the regulatory environment in the US, as well as in Europe, is not ready for fully autonomous vehicles, writes Antonio Avenoso.
Christopher Hodder's view on the benefits to motorcycling of battery electric
Rewiring our economic models?
Concerns on the sustainability of advanced braking systems on older motorcycles
European Transport Safety Council raises safety concerns about new “lane change” technology for cars
Child Road Safety for motorized two-wheelers
Autonomous vehicles and motorcycling
FIM has applied for Associate Member status in the Connected Motorcycle Consortium to contribute the rider perspective to the work
Road safety performance - Europe falters...
For all of us working in the road safety field in Europe, it’s easy to be pessimistic in 2017. For the last three years progress on reducing deaths and serious injuries has been at a standstill.
Powered Two-Wheelers and Motorcyclists in the European Union
FIM Position on Vnuk Consultation
FIM Position: INITIAL TRAINING AND LICENSING
FIM Position: TRAFFIC CALMING DEVICES
FIM Position: MOTORCYCLE SAFE SYSTEMS
FIM Position: REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE INFORMATION (RMI)
FIM Position: MOTORCYCLING AND MOBILITY
FIM Position: MOTORCYCLE SAFE INFRASTRUCTURE
FIM Position: MOTORCYCLES AND THE ENVIRONMENT
FIM Position: Roadside and Median Crash Barriers
FIM Position: Motorcycle Black Spots and Network Safety Management
FIM Position: Advanced Rider Assistance Systems (ARAS) on Motorcycles
FIM position: Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)
ACEM comments to the GEAR 2030 report
The European Association of Motorcycle Manufacturers, ACEM, reacted to the GEAR 2030 report, published yesterday by the European Commission. ACEM Secretary General Antonio Perlot said:
Motorcycles need to be cleaner
If two things can be said about motorcycles and their riders, it is that there are many of them and that the use and variety is almost as large as their numbers. There is one thing they have in common though: almost all motorcycles still run on petrol and