Bosnia speed signEnlarge Photo
On the auto safety front, the U.S. does pretty well. We have strict drinking-and-driving laws, insurance requirements, seatbelt regulations, and more. However, compared to an anti-speeding campaign that's apparently running in Bosnia and Herzegovina, we look a little demure.
The campaign uses a combo of billboards and real wrecked automobiles to get its point across. According to the original source for this image and others over at their site, the signs translate as:
"Reason for this crash: disregard of car signs"
"Reason for this crash: fast driving"
"Reason for this crash: driving trough red light [sic]"
If anyone has other pics of this campaign or additional details, please share them in the comments below.--Richard Read
[via Dark Roasted Blend. Also on that page: a nice retro graphic entitled "What Detroit's Cars Need"]