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Touring Club Suisse

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A non-profit road safety association in Switzerland, founded 1 September 1896.

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The following section is an excerpt from Wikipedia's Touring Club Suisse page on 21 August 2020, text available via the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

The Touring Club Suisse (TCS) is a non-profit association with approximately 1.5 million members in Switzerland. As the largest mobility club in Switzerland, the TCS offers services to its members in the following areas: assistance to persons, assistance to vehicles, tourism and leisure. In addition, the TCS is committed to the benefit of the community by carrying out tests on all objects related to mobility and by working towards road safety and electric mobility.

Its flagship products are membership, overseas assistance, legal protection, vehicle insurance, credit cards, driving courses and leisure (camping and travel). In addition, its members enjoy benefits from other service providers in Switzerland.

The TCS was founded in Geneva on September 1, 1896 by 205 cyclists with the aim of developing bicycle tourism. It is an association, headquartered in Vernier in the canton of Geneva.

Structurally, the TCS consists of 24 sections and a central Club. Each section delegates a representative who sits on the Board of Directors. It appoints a director who manages the Central Club’s business. The highest body is the Delegate Assembly, which represents all TCS members.


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27 August 2003Touring Club Switzerland launches traffic information system developed by Sigma and deployed on Voxpilot's pan-European platformVoxpilot


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