Snailed It – April 2018

Snailed It – April 2018

Motorists are urged to proudly slow down to reduce the risks of road trauma due to speeding with the hash tag “#snailedit”.
It’s no myth that lower speeds save lives. Despite years of warnings, education campaigns and police enforcement, speeding is still the major contributing factor towards death and serious injury on Western Australian roads.
Speed contributed to more than a third of all road fatalities in 2016, killing 65 people in Western Australia. There were a further 221 serious injuries in crashes where speeding was a factor.
It’s simple – the faster you travel, the less time you have to react to emergencies or to stop. And if you do crash, the faster you are travelling, even if within the speed limit, the greater the risk of injury to you and your passengers.

Snailed It

Snailed It
A short animated video with the snail very slowly moving across the screen while the fast facts are being displayed.

Enjoy the Ride

Enjoy the Ride
A short video on our busy lifestyles and using your car as a sanctuary (3 mins)

Other People Make Mistakes

Other People Make Mistakes
An NZ advert on how the consequences of other people’s mistakes could be avoided by slowing down (30 secs)

Sweet Child of Mine

Sweet Child of Mine
A UK advert on the number of children killed by speeding (1 min)