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Working together to improve mobility

That's the principle governing the work of the present six members from Germany, Austria, Slovakia and the Republic of Srpska cooperating in the European Automobile Club Association (EAC). We represent the interests of European road users both at the national policy level and, through our office in Brussels, to EU institutions. EAC is calling for:

- the realistic alignment of the core road traffic regulations -

- increased transparency through Europe-wide traffic sector regulations -

- improved road safety -

- sustainable mobility solutions -


The EAC is signatory of the European Road Safety Charter.

For a Well-Balanced Transport Policy

Depending on the situation or distance to be travelled, different means of transport meet different mobility needs so car drivers may also take a plane or train, or go by bike. And that's why the EAC advocates a well-balanced transport policy taking all modes of transport into account. The overall aim is to ensure transport consumer needs are at the forefront of transport policy decisions.

Founded in 2008 in Brussels, EAC today represents the interests of a total of 3 million people. As a partner for mobility, our vision is a Europe without borders where travel is easy. That requires harmonising traffic laws between the EU Member States and driving forward innovative technologies – to ensure greater safety and sustainability on the roads.