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Motor Vehicles

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

Organizations relating to Motor Vehicles

International Amalgamation of Unions of Automobile and Farm Machinery Workers
Impulse International Auto Club / Est. 1983
Buses International Association / Est. 1981
Automotive Booster Clubs International / Est. 1921
Fédération des clubs européens de formules IV / Est. 1964
European Car and Truck Rental Association / Est. 1964
Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme / Est. 1904
World Automobile Trade Union Council / Est. 1966
Classic Thunderbird Club International / Est. 1961
Delorean Club International
Women's International Motorcycle Association
IMF World Company Council for Chrysler
Association for Emissions Control by Catalyst / Est. 1985
International Christian Classic Motorcyclists Association / Est. 1982
European Convention on Civil Liability for Damage Caused by Motor Vehicles / Est. 1973
Formula One Constructors Association / Est. 1964
European Street Rod Association / Est. 1995
International Motor Press Association / Est. 1962
Cooperation between Automobile Regions
Agreement on General Conditions for the International Carriage of Passengers by Bus / Est. 1970
Technical Association of the European Lubricant Industry / Est. 1976
International Hot Rod Association / Est. 1970
International Motor Vehicle Inspection Committee / Est. 1969
Supra Owners' Group International / Est. 1996

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World Problems relating to Motor Vehicles

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Inadequate bus services
Theft of vehicles
Road traffic accidents
Emissions from combustion engines
Multi-car families
Threatened species of Panthera onca
Inadequate taxi service
Proliferation of sports utility vehicles
Scrapped automobiles
Motion sickness
Non-payment of compensation to victims of motor accidents
Environmental degradation by off-road and all-terrain vehicles
Proliferation of automobiles and motor vehicles
Uncontrolled application of technology
Excessive use of land by automobiles
Disruptive passenger behaviour
Dangerous car parking
Environmental degradation by road traffic
Overtrafficked residential streets
Illict trafficking in motor vehicles
Ineffective self-regulation in the automobile manufacturing industry
Theft of automobile designs
Tax impediments to international motor traffic
Lack of local tractors
Inadequate motorcycle control

Action Strategies relating to Motor Vehicles

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Revolutionizing motor vehicles
Recycling motor vehicles
Producing automobiles and motor vehicles
Providing automobile glass
Reducing environmental degradation by automobiles
Recycling rubber
Recovering stolen motor vehicles
Developing solar cars
Reducing carbon dioxide emissions from motor vehicles
Distributing private automobiles
Sports Coach
Improving car ferry docks
Developing adequate motor vehicle transport systems
Using private motor vehicle
Restricting car parking
Restricting private automobiles
Procuring common transport vehicles
Augmenting school bus services
Travelling by motor vehicle
Acquiring multi-purpose farm tractor
Providing automotive maintenance care
Regulating automobile sport
Reducing automobile emissions as air pollutants
Doing without adequate bus service
Reducing motor vehicle emissions

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