FIA launches disabled parking advocacy video “Would You?” | Federation Internationale de l'Automobile

FIA launches disabled parking advocacy video “Would You?”

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Supported by the FIA Disability and Accessibility Commission, the video aims to raise awareness and build taboo around the misuse of disabled parking places.

As part of the FIA Disability and Accessibility Commission’s work on every-day mobility issues for those with reduced mobility, the Commission has produced “Would You?”, an advocacy video targeting the misuse and abuse of disabled car parking spaces.

The purpose of “Would You?” is not only to illustrate the impact this act has on disabled drivers, but also to reinforce taboo around this issue by comparing the misuse of disabled car parking spaces with other anti-social behaviours.

The FIA, through its Disability and Accessibility Commission chaired by tetraplegic racing driver Nathalie McGloin, is committed to promoting accessible and inclusive transport solutions for all road users. Leveraging the FIA’s global network of Member Clubs and their expertise in this field, the Commission works to ensure vulnerable road users have an equal right to personal mobility and the full benefits of transportation.

Further work of the FIA in the area of accessible mobility can be found here.