Updated: 20 June 2014 See our list of re-elected candidates
FIA Region I congratulates MEPs Georges Bach, EPP-LU; Wim van de Camp, EPP-NL; Markus Ferber, EPP-DE; Karl-Heinz Florenz, EPP-DE; Dominique Riquet, EPP-FR; Martin Schulz, S&D-DE; Guy Verhofstadt, ALDE-BE; and Kerstin Westphal, S&D-DE on their re-election to the European Parliament
Updated: 10 June 2014 See all of our interviews with the newly elected MEPs
Updated: 22 May 2014 Mobilidade 2014 (pdf)
ACP launches a Portugese version of Mobility 2014.
Updated: 15 May 2014 EU policy makers must prioritise mobility, say European Motoring Clubs
EU policy makers must prioritise mobility in the upcoming EU elections and beyond, announced the FIA Eurocouncil. Made up of 76 FIA Automobile Clubs in Europe and with 38 million members, the Eurocouncil has the collective influence to keep the pressure on policy makers in the months to come.
Updated: 2 May 2014 Mobilité 2014
ACA launches a French version of the campaign Mobility 2014.
Updated: 10 April 2014 Mobilità 2014 (pdf)
ACI launches an Italian version of Mobility 2014.
Updated: 8 April 2014 MEPs debate the future of mobility in Europe
On 2 April 2014, members of European Parliament Dominique Riquet (EPP), Saïd El Khadraoui (S&D) and Adina-Ioana Vălean (ALDE) participated in an interactive debate organised by the Forum for the Automobile and Society.
Updated: 27 March 2014 Prioritäten für die Politik
ADAC provides a German version of Policy Priorities.
- Ensure smooth development of future car connectivity, while fully respecting motorists’ freedom of choice and safeguarding conditions for effective competition in the aftermarket;
- Create the right conditions for the deployment of cleaner vehicle technologies and fostering user awareness via dedicated European projects.
- Offer life-long learning opportunities for all road users, with specific focus on vulnerable groups;
- Raise the awareness of end users about road safety.
- Ensure that motoring remains affordable via liberalised aftermarket for visible spare parts and stricter control for odometer tampering;
- Invest European funds and earmark taxation revenue to properly maintain the road infrastructure to safeguard Europe’s growth and high levels of road safety.
Daily mobility is a key factor for European economic growth as citizens need dependable ways to commute in urban and rural areas alike. Ensuring reliable mobility is the responsibility of policymakers and it can only be successful with careful planning and a long-term vision. In the upcoming European Parliament elections, voters need to know the future of mobility in Europe.
FIA Region I represents 38 million consumers through its 112 Touring and Motoring Clubs in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Our members are motorists, public transport users, pedestrians and tourists. For their benefit, we aim to ensure that mobility is safe, affordable, sustainable and efficient.