As both a pioneer in the world of electric cars and the Europe’s EV market leader, Groupe Renault is committed to safety. According to Claire Petit-Boulanger, the Group’s Emergency Response Safety Expert, Renault’s electric vehicle safety programme is unique. Her newest and most valuable recruit is Lieutenant Colonel Christophe Lenglos from the Yvelines Fire and Emergency Services. He has recently been seconded to Groupe Renault’s CSR Department.
Groupe Renault is actively involved in promoting road safety. With the summer holidays upon us, Groupe Renault wants to remind you how to use your seat belt properly. For maximum safety, it must be correctly fastened, adjusted, and sometimes combined with appropriate restraint systems. So follow our guide!
Under its Safety & Mobility for All programme, Groupe Renault works with public administrations and local governments to run many international projects on road safety. For UN Global Road Safety Week, we take a look at some of the initiatives addressing kids around the world.
As a leading automaker, Renault is committed to the cause of safer roads, pursued both through vehicle equipment and prevention campaigns addressing the general public. For a peaceful summer, Renault takes you through some of the basic reflexes behind safe driving practice.
They arrived by train or by plane. The youngest are only 6 years-old and have made the trip without their parents. It's a school trip like no other. Their destination: Paris, France. Their goal: to show their work and do a little partying, like the grown-ups do!