Contribution to the development of models of monitoring the ethical indicators in function of implementation the system of protection of the passengers and children in the vehicle
The significance of the topic stems from the importance of moral behaviour in traffic. The subject of work is to explain the relationship between traffic ethics and ethical principles in the traffic,and application the system of protections the passengers, especially children,in the vehicle,as a function of the their road safety as a global social phenomenon today. The specificity of these topic,or work is the fact that road safety, due to complexity and tragic consequences that it brings with disrespect for the established system of value, one of area that demands the highest etical standards.This issue has its roots in ethics as a science as well as in modern trends in the field of the road safety ,where ethics,particularly the traffic ethics,found its complex practical application.
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