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Caravan and Motorhome Club supports FIA’s #3500lives campaign

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This month the Caravan and Motorhome Club will become one of the selected UK partners backing the Fédération Internationale de I’Automobile’s (FIA) global road safety campaign.  Due to launch 10 March, the FIA initiative draws attention to the 3,500 lives lost on the world’s roads every day.

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Call me an old cynic but personally I think this sort of a campaign is like Miss World contestants saying they will strive for World Peace, really just a lot of hot air IMO.

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Call me an old cynic but personally I think this sort of a campaign is like Miss World contestants saying they will strive for World Peace, really just a lot of hot air IMO.

I have to agree.  It seems that the CC is trying to stay in the limelight.  Not sure why a caravan club is getting involved as surely automobile clubs are better at this?

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Agreed - it's about time they learnt how to tow the line.

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