VOZIM, Institute for Innovative Safe Driving Education (Zavod VOZIM)
VOZIM, Institute for Innovative Safe Driving Education (VOZIM, Zavod za inovativno izobraževanje o varni vožnji) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization from Celje (Slovenia) that was founded in February 2010 with the goal of national spreading and international development of movement »I still drive, but I don't walk«. The main idea of the movement “I still drive, but I don’t walk” developed because of the huge number of persons injured in traffic accidents in Slovenia who are in a wheelchair due to serious spinal cord injuries. Our work is based on: - Connecting people, disabled after a traffic accidents, who wish to raise awareness of responsible behavior on the roads and serious consequences of traffic accidents from their experiences. - Resolving the problem of poor driving culture and contribute to the improvement of the grim statistics on Slovene roads. - Educating and informing our members and the public on road safety. - Active involvement in transport policy and preventative actions in road safety. - Networking and exchanging views with different organizations working in the field of road safety. - Spreading the movement »I still drive, but I don't walk«, whose main aim is to influence the adolescents – future and young drivers between the ages of 15 and 22. Why them? Because the average age of our members, injured in traffic accidents, is only 22 years!
Upcoming Member Event
Member since May 2016
- 15-17 - Adolescents
- 18-25 - Young adults
- Create awareness
- Education in school or in community organisations