A new CITA member from BelgiumDaniele D'Onofrio
At the beginning of the 1930s, Autosécurité began working closely with the authorities to establish a mandatory vehicle technical inspection system in Belgium. This would become a true model for this purpose in Europe and around the world.
Today the Group consolidates two long-established technical inspection operators for vehicles, “Bureau d’Etude et de Contrôle en vue de la Sécurité Routière” (Autosécurité S.C.A.) and “Bureau d’Inspection Automobile” (B.I.A.).
As an accredited private body, their aims run along two main lines: the technical inspection of motor vehicles and the organisation of theory and practical tests for obtaining a driving licence. Added to these are road safety, accident prevention and driver training and awareness, as well as reducing polluting emissions associated with mobility.