Wow, that's a powerful ad!I couldn't make out the logo at the end, which State has put that one out?
I've seen that ad on Victorian telly, it shocked me a little as it hit home as you ALWAYS see people STILL on there mobiles, I tend to yell at them through the window often to get off there phones, they give me the dirty look.Typical eh?When will others realise its not the person on the phone its the others around that are in more danger cause of these distractions.Michelle
Oddly Jayne, I found it on a Indian bloke's, in India, Youtube.Hi Michelle. Well done you. I think public pressure such as what you did help a lot until people realise it is not acceptable behaviour on the road.
Hi AndrewI find it disgusting they think they are more righteous than us!Constantly always see them on the phones and if my kids are in the car they tend to comment now, not scream out, to get off there phones as well.It amazes me they still use them whilst driving.You can always tell too, by the way they are driving, so dangerous.Michelle
I don't own a car.I don't own a mobile phone.I am a saint. It's just that nobody's built me a shrine yet.
I got just one thing to say, "You cannot help dumb!" Same goes for those GPS thingies..they ARE causing accidents too! Cazzie!!!
Pity that the people who need this message are the same ones most likely to ignore it. Yell at them, flash your lights, toot the horn. They're bastards.
I've seen and been involved in some near misses because of them Michelle. I can barely hold a conversation with a passenger when I am driving.There is an Englishman without a mobile? How odd.Don't get me started on GPS Cazzie. Evil!Which proves the point Rob. They are so involved in their conversation, they are often unaware of all the disapproval around them.
It's alright love, it will be ok tomorrow