Goal Zero

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Nearly 1.3 million people die every year (more than 3,500 a day) and 50 million are injured as a result of traffic accidents, according to WHO/World Bank data.

We are present in 24 countries worldwide with the international program GOAL ZERO, to achieve the ambitious objective of reducing accident fatalities to zero.

Help us to achieve it. No more traffic accident fatalities.

Our program is aimed at the most vulnerable groups (pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists) with the objective of raising awareness about the most common risk factors in accidents and helping to develop safer driving habits.

*Right now there are no active competitions.

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Our Activities

Their objective is to raise the general public's awareness about how to prevent traffic accidents, concentrating on the five most common factors involved. The program was rolled out across the whole of Spain last year, with a number of associated live events. Keep checking our website to take part in our program during 2017.

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Risk Factors

The time has come for us to take responsibility for our own actions as users of the public highway and to understand the factors that increase the risks facing us on the roads.

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Vulnerable groups

As a pedestrian, cyclist or motorcyclist, you are particularly vulnerable. Here we provide you with information and advice on how, working together, we can encourage society to develop the right behavior to ensure road safety.

Join the GOAL ZERO! Join the GOAL ZERO!

Join the GOAL ZERO challenge

Join us by signing up for our initiative. In return for your commitment we will put €5 towards our Education Programs on Accident Prevention and Road Safety. Don't think twice and Join the GOAL ZERO challenge!

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Go, come back, and stay alive

This vacation period, nobody should be left at the roadside. In collaboration with volunteers from STOP Accidents and the DGT, we want to remind you of everything that really matters.