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Motorcycle Reconstruction - TAC tv road safety commercial

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Published on Apr 25, 2012

The latest TAC public education campaign targets two of Victoria's biggest issues in road safety -- motorcycle safety and speed.

The campaign, titled "Reconstruction", features a slow motion replay of a crash involving a motorcyclist and a car. The ad graphically depicts the rider suffering a broken neck as a result of his speeding prior to the collision.

Victoria Police Major Collision Investigator Detective Acting Senior Sergeant Peter Bellion features in the ad and explains how the crash could be avoided had the rider obeyed the speed limit.

Transport Accident Commission Victoria.
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