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Pictures of You - TAC's Anti Speed TV ad campaign

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Uploaded on Nov 29, 2009

The Pictures of You campaign shows the consequences of speeding are far reaching and can affect many people for the rest of their lives. A number of very special people were kind enough to participate in this landmark commercial and share their grief.

Angie Hart sings a heartrending version of the song by The Cure, as these families remember the people they have lost through speeding.

"This is why you're photographed when you speed."

The road safety ad campaign from the TAC (Transport Accident Commission) of Victoria, features real families grieving over victims of the road toll.

http://www.picturesofyou.com.au

Launched: 2008.
Victorian Road Toll that year: 303.
http://www.tac.vic.gov.au
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