System History

M. Dawda SARGE, President of Council of Bureaux /

After a decade of individual management of the acquired sovereignties in the 60s, the African Heads of State and Government, decided to group together by region to perpetuate the gains and open other avenues for the development of their respective countries.

Thus, several community groupings have come to life including the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).

The Head of States and Governments, concerned about the roads users safety, have set up a system, an automatic coverage and settlement of the claims in order to encourage

After a decade of individual management of the acquired sovereignties in the 60s, the African Heads of State and Government, decided to group together by region to perpetuate the gains and open other avenues for the development of their respective countries.
Thus, several community groupings have come to life including the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).

The Head of States and Governments, concerned about the roads users safety, have set up a system, an automatic coverage and settlement of the claims in order to encourage the free movement of goods and people as registered in Articles 32, 33 and 34 (Transport, Communication and Tourism) of the Community Treaty on Roads and Motorized Land Vehicles of the ECOWAS Area.