U.N.’s Ban Calls On Governments To Enforce Road Safety Laws That Save Lives On World Day Of Remembrance

U.N. News Centre: Despite improvements in road safety, world still facing ‘shocking’ fatality figures — Ban
“On the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is highlighting that despite improvements in road safety, the world still faces some shocking injury and fatality figures. ‘I call on governments to tighten enforcement of laws on speeding, drinking and driving, and to mandate and enforce the use of seat-belts, motorcycle helmets, and child restraints — all of which have been shown to save lives,’ Mr. Ban said in a message…” (11/15).

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