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Will there be a place on the road for historic vehicles?

‘Securing the future of our motoring heritage’, that is the title of the policy paper that was presented by the European Parliament Historic Vehicle Group (EPHVG). The policy paper was presented by Bernd Lange, Member of the European Parliament for the S&D group and FEMA’s general secretary Dolf Willigers was present. Click

European motorcyclists are positive about the 3rd Mobility package

FEMA, the Federation of European Motorcyclists’ Associations, supports the European Commission in its efforts to reduce the number of fatalities and serious injuries as a result of road accidents. The European Commission presented its vision in the 3rd Mobility package, calling for safe, clean and connected mobility. The 3rd Mobility package is

Motorcycles are the answer!

It sound so obvious, but when it comes to urban mobility, FEMA believes motorcycles and other powered two-wheelers should be actively promoted as a great alternative for cars. Especially during the annual European Mobility Week. The week from 16 to 22 September 2018 is European Mobility Week. Many events will be

New motorcycle test dummy is taking shape

To test modern car technologies such as Advanced Emergency Braking System and other advanced driver assistance systems, a new motorcycle test dummy is being developed. As we reported earlier this year, the interaction between motorcycles and ADAS (advanced driver assistance systems) is still a problem. Motorcycles are often not detected by

Can solar panels save motorcyclists’ lives?

When FEMA saw pictures of a new Dutch experiment with guardrails, our first thought was: “Finally, a guardrail with topside protection for motorcyclists!”. It turned out to be a little bit more complex than that… A consortium* developed and installed 72 metres flexible solar panels on ordinary steel W-beam guardrails in

Fuel labelling: information to help you choose the right fuel

A European directive* requires European Union member states and European Economic Area states to improve the information given to consumers who are faced with a choice of fuels for their vehicle. To that end, a CEN standard** has drawn up common symbols, or ‘fuel identifiers’, that will be placed on

FEMA’s survey on road closures & motorcycle noise

In several European countries (like Germany and the Netherlands) more and more roads are closed for motorcycles, partly due to complaints about excessive motorcycle noise. With a short survey we want to ask you, the motorcyclist, some questions on this subject. The survey is closed, we thank everybody that participated. For background information:

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