Millions of unsafe cars that do not meet UN Vehicle Safety Regulations continue to be sold into low and middle-income countries, where 90% of the total global road crash deaths occur. 

In April, a United Nations resolution was agreed which calls on governments to ensure that all new motor vehicles “meet applicable minimum regulations for occupant and other road users’ protection, with seat belts, air bags and active safety systems fitted as standard”.   Currently only 40 countries require cars to meet the 7 key standards set by the UN, this needs to change.

Our Members in Latin America are calling on their governments , asking for regulations that will make all consumers safer. 

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