Road Safety Advisory Council

Speeding Shatters Lives

Research found that the consequences of speeding were largely misunderstood. Speeding wasn’t seen as unacceptable driving behavior ­– driving a little over the limit was seen as ok. We needed to shift this attitude by communicating a clear message paired with unforgettable imagery.

We went inside the human body and showed the damage that speeding can do. We smashed limbs and snapped spines. We wrapped a newspaper in an x-ray. We placed the message on highways. And in digital news channels. And we enlisted the help of Tasmania Police and the newspapers.

Speeding Shatters Lives Mercury Newspaper Cover
Speeding Shatters Lives Billboard

The community impact was immediate. Tasmania Police reinforced the message through social media, and it was a major topic in the Mercury’s ‘Talking Point’ on several occasions. The brand and tagline featured in multiple articles – both online and in print – as a way to link the campaign message to the topics covered in such articles.

What they said
“The human body is fragile and breaks. Speeding is one of the major causes of death and injury on Tasmania's roads. This campaign is a powerful demonstration of the consequences of speeding.”
Neil Spark
Road Safety Advisory Council Marketing Manager

What we did

Screenshot from Anything Can Happen TVC
Department of Education Tasmania
Anything Can Happen
RSAC Enforcement
Road Safety Advisory Council
Enforcement
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Road Safety Advisory Council
Don’t be a Goose
RSAC - Real mates don’t let mates drink drive
Road Safety Advisory Council
Real mates