New Zealand anti-speeding ad is dramatically powerful [video]

The New Zealand Transport Agency has released a very powerful anti-speeding video clip with a goal to reduce the number of speeding-related accidents in the country.

Last year 83 people died and 408 were seriously injured in New Zealand due to accidents caused by excessive speed.

The New Zealand Transport Agency wants you to think twice before you break the speed limit. Almost everyone does it. It does not have to be crazy excessive speed, sometimes it is just extra five miles, which can also be fatal to you and people around you.

It is a dramatic ad worth sharing with everyone who does some driving.


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