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Organizations relating to Drivers
ECDL Foundation / Dublin, Ireland / Est. 1997
Bentley Drivers Club / Banbury, UK / Est. 1936
BiOptic Driving Network / Est. 2001
Agreement on Minimum Requirements for the Issue and Validity of Driving Permits / Est. 1975
International Union of Professional Drivers / Vienna, Austria / Est. 1951
European Convention on the International Effects of Deprivation of the Right to Drive a Motor Vehicle / Strasbourg, France / Est. 1976
Nordic Union of Driving Schools Associations / Oslo, Norway / Est. 1947
Additional Protocol to the Bilateral Agreements Relating to the Reciprocal Recognition of Driving Permits and Motorvehicle Registration Certificates / Est. 1956
European Amateur Gentlemen Drivers Federation / Manacor, Spain / Est. 1954
International Association for Driver Education / Est. 1957
International Commission for Driver Testing / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1956
International Road Transport Union / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1947
European Driving Schools Association / Stockport, UK / Est. 1982
Electric Drive Transportation Association / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1989
International Disk Drive Equipment and Materials Association / San Jose CA, USA / Est. 1986
Association of European Vehicle and Driver Registration Authorities / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 2006
EIT Digital / Brussels, Belgium
World Problems relating to DriversFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Action Strategies relating to DriversFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Controlling availability of arms
Accumulating intelligence information
Training fulltime community drivers
Producing careful competent drivers
Using production to serve consumption needs
Researching driver training schemes
Prohibiting drink driving
Potentializes resource production dynamic
Examining forces that drive consumption
Reducing drink driving
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