During the last fifty years, the safety of motor vehicles has significantly improved. Features from safety belts and ABS brakes to alerts and automatic braking systems when objects are dangerously near are all vital innovations. As electric vehicles are attracting more buyers, some drivers are pondering their safety. In Germany, an enterprise that is specialized in safety, Dekra, conducted a series of crash tests to determine if an electric compact car is safer or more dangerous in collisions than a car powered by an internal combustion engine.Read the story “Which compact car is safer: electric or petrol?”
Startup businesses are pouring money on bicycle and scooter sharing services, but which cities are ready to provide safe environment for people to move around on two wheels?Read the story “Top 20 bicycle-friendly cities in the world”
A safe travel destination doesn’t mean it is a boring place. On the contrary, if we take a look at the Economist Intelligence Unit’s ranking for the world’s safest cities in 2017, for instance, Amsterdam has a fairly large red light district with cannabis cafés in the city center, but it still is the sixth safest city in the world. The safest city in the world is Japan’s capital Tokyo.
Barcelona in Spain is the third most visited city in Europe according to recent statistics. For many years, it has been a favorite city break destination for young Europeans who like the free bar culture of the Catalonia capital. Even more tourists come to Barcelona for its architecture, art and history. Massive Mediterranean cruise ships bring loads of tourists to the port of Barcelona for day visits.