Stop… talk … go …

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Καλό μήνα και καλές διακοπές σε όσους φύγουν …..

Μην στέλνετε ή απαντάτε σε ένα μήνυμα στο κινητό σας  κατά την οδήγηση  …..κάτι τέτοιο θέτει εσάς και τους άλλους σε κίνδυνο

  • Don’t send or respond to a text message while driving or at a red light; doing so puts you and others at risk and may even be against the law
  • Turn off your phone and put it in your pocket or purse; only use it when the car is in park
  • Always stay focused on the road when driving
  • Speak out if you are in the car with someone who is texting behind the wheel
  • Spread the word to promote safety in your community

https://www.integrityinsurance.com/tips/dangerstexting

Σύμφωνα με το νέο Κ.Ο.Κ., η χρήση κινητού τηλεφώνου κατά την οδήγηση επιτρέπεται μόνον όταν αυτό είναι τοποθετημένο σε ειδική θέση για ανοικτή ακρόαση ή όταν χρησιμοποιείται με ακουστικό ασύρματης επικοινωνίας (bluetooth).

Σημαντικός αριθμός ερευνών έχει δείξει ότι η χρήση του κινητού τηλεφώνου κατά τη διάρκεια της οδήγησης προκαλεί απόσπαση της προσοχής και Continue reading

German Emigration Center Bremerhaven

An exciting journey through 300 years of emigration and immigration history

 

Waiting on the wharf, waving good-bye from the gangway, then the journey starts. For more than seven million emigrants, who left from Bremerhaven between 1830-1974 on their journey to the New World, this is the moment of departure. For the visitors of the German Emigration Center this is the start of their travel through 300 years of German migration history.

Located on that very harbor where the emigrant ships departed you will now find the awarded theme museum in which vistors follow the personal path of an emigrant from the time of departure, to the conditions experienced during the crossing up until the arrival in the New World.

After emigrating to the New World visitors immigrate to Germany: In a reconstructed shopping mall of the year 1973, the year the Federal Republic of Germany enacted a recruitment Stopp for foreign workerk, visitors trace the footsteps of immigrants such as Huguenots, Guest Workers or Syrian civil war refugees.

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