4rd International Professional Driver’s Day

3rd International Professional Driver’s Day

Already for the 3rd time UICR presents the Inernational Professional Drivers Day. It will take place on May 11, 2018 and shall recognise efforts, that professional drivers do every day. As in the previous year, we ask everyone to tie a yellow ribbon to the left mirror of you vehicle, truck, bus or even the handlebar of your bike etc.. And most of all, communicate in all media possible the International Professional Driver’s Day. The more people know about it, the more drivers will get a smile and a thank you.


Thank you for your support in communicating this special day in any possible way.

2nd International Professional Driver’s Day

UICR presents the 2nd International Professional Driver’s Day on May 12, 2017 with the goal to say thank you to all professional drivers, who work hard every day to get products and people to their destination. This year’s action to express gratitude towards professional drivers is to  tie a yellow ribbon to the left mirror of your vehicle, truck, bus or even the handlbar of your bike etc.. Support us in communicating the event to make it a great day. Our drivers will appreciate it. Following the description in different languages:


Meeting with ASFINAG about secure parking areas

On February 16, 2017 ceveral organisations met at the Austrian ASFINAG headquarters to discuss secure parking areas along Austrian’s motorways. Also the topic of EU regulations 885/2013 to provide intelligent information technology for secure parking for commercial vehicles was discussed. The meeting was organized by UICR and ESPORG.

from left to right:

  • David Kollenhofer ASFINAG Strategy International Relations and Innovation Manager International Relations
  • Oliver Deiters – Head of Global External Affairs and Public Policy DEKRA
  • Dirk Penasse – President ESPORG
  • Frédéric Maas – Senior Policy Advisor DEKRA
  • Robert Kastner – President UICR
  • Georg Brizsak – Vice-President APDA

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