World Council for Automobile, Mobility, and Tourism
The World Council for Automobile, Mobility and Tourism (WCAMT) is responsible for all issues affecting the automobile in society. It meets at least twice a year to discuss proposals brought forward by the FIA’s Mobility Commissions and Working Groups.
The WCAMT is composed of 26 members, including the FIA President, the Deputy President for Mobility, seven Vice Presidents and 17 ordinary members. In accordance with the Statues of the FIA, the membership represents a wide spectrum of nationalities from around the world.
The WCAMT membership is composed of automobile clubs who represent the voice of motorists in their own countries. They are national leaders in mobility public policy, road side assistance and tourism, and are accredited to issue international driving documentation.
WCAMT discusses these issues on an international level: defining global public policy positions, concluding reciprocal agreements on service exchange, issuing international documents such as carnet de passage and letter of credits. As a direct result of this work, the FIA is officially recognised by the UN and sits as an observer on several of its transport-related working parties.
A list of the members of the WCAMT is available here.