International Union of Professional Drivers
Union internationale des chauffeurs routiers (UICR)
Unión Internacional de Conductores por Carreteras
Internationale Union der Berufskraftfahrer
1951-12-12 Madrid Spain
Founded 12 Dec 1951, Madrid (Spain). Structure modified to present form, 7 Apr 1968, Paris (France). Previously referred to in English as International Union of Drivers of Long-Distance Lorries and Similar Vehicles and as International Union of Lorry Drivers. Registered in Munich (Germany).
Unite national associations of professional drivers so as to allow them representation in deliberations affecting further growth of the private car and commercial traffic in harmony with society and ecology through reduction in accidents and increased environmental awareness; represent rights of professional drivers with national and international institutions; improve traffic education so as to improve road safety in general and the image of professional drivers in particular; cooperate in matters related to road haulage, especially with regard to harmonization within EU states.
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General Assembly (every 2 years, in a different country by rotation); Board; Presidency; Technical and Legal Committees. Disputes are settled by a Court of Arbitration.
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