AutoWallis Group Launches Campaign for Safe Driving
Wallis Motor, a member of the AutoWallis Group, has launched a campaign in partnership with the Budapest Police Headquarters to curb the number of speeding-related accidents, calling attention to the fact that the streets are not for racing.
Wallis Motor, the motorcycle supply partner of the Budapest Police Headquarters (BRFK) has prepared a special video with the BRFK Budapest Committee for Accident Prevention in the interest of decreasing the number of accidents associated with speeding. The educational video features two motor officers serving the BRFK alongside motorcycle racer and MotoGP 125cc category world champion Gábor Talmácsi and four-time European Truck Racing champion Norbert Kiss.
The AutoWallis subsidiary and the BRFK decided to make the traffic safety video because the data of the Central Statistical Office shows that a total of 20,752 accidents took place on Hungarian roads last year, of which more than 10,000 led to serious injury and more than 1,000 resulted in deaths. Police data also show that drag races are still common on public roads.
Wallis Motor says that it wants to set an example to show that cars made for racing should be used in their proper environment and that car dealerships should also participate in calling attention to the fact that driving their products is just as much a responsibility as a joy. AutoWallis Group is committed to sustainable operations and social values was the first among BSE Premium Category companies to develop a Green Finance Framework and also published its first sustainability report (ESG) in which it reviewed its operations, identified the main processes linked to sustainable operations, and redesigned its internal information system necessary for generating reports. AutoWallis plans to acquire an ESG rating by the end of 2024.
The traffic safety video is available at the following link:
The street is not for racing – Let’s watch out for each other!
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