ADPA MANIFESTO FOR MOBILITY 2024-2029: KEEP MOVING EU!

The efforts of ADPA – European Association of Independent Automotive Data Publishers to safeguard the future of the automotive market continue. The Manifesto for Mobility 2024 – 2029 was published in the days leading up to the European elections.

 

Recently, ADPA published a manifesto addressed to the new members of the European Parliament and the European Commission. The goal is to improve the safety, sustainability and affordability of road mobility during their next term in office. The manifesto, titled “Keeping EU Moving: Manifesto for Safe, Sustainable, Affordable Mobility 2024-2029“, is a call to action to implement concrete measures that will benefit the entire European community.

 

ADPA’s Mobility Manifesto 2024-2029: A Vision for the Future

ADPA calls on the new members of the European Parliament and the European Commission to concretely improve safety, sustainability and affordability of road mobility during their next term.

The independent, multi-brand aftermarket sector involves all the companies that test, maintain, diagnose, and repair your vehicle.

It includes local auto repairs, but also specialized auto repairs, energy suppliers, and, of course, the entire ecosystem. All silently but relentlessly provide them with the tools, parts, information and expertise they need.

It employs more than 3 million people: three times as many jobs as car manufacturers-no less! – distributed among more than 500,000 companies, many of them SMEs, located throughout Europe.

They are essential for the mobility of all European citizens, businesses and public authorities. Particularly the 5,000,000 Europeans who contribute to the road transport of people and goods. We are talking about some global pioneers creating local jobs, in local companies, for local communities, enabling a life made of everyday life for everyone.

 

“Yes, the independent, multi-brand aftermarket can contribute to better mobility!”

 

Read the Mobility Manifesto 2024-2029 >

 

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