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This is part 2 of the "Please Drive Safe" Video I made of accidents I've encountered on the roadways across this country. I've added new video clips and photos.
28 Aug 2010
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3D animted movie about our driving beavior.
4 Sep 2006
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A mitsubishi commercial for a safer driving.
23 Jul 2006
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23 Jul 2007
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Lowell Thomas narrates It's Wanton Murder with his famous sonorous voice about the dangers of driving. Echoing more popular notions during World War 2, Thomas immediately points out that "death does not exist in war alone." Casualties from bad car accidents each year far outnumber the amount of people who died in World War II, the safety video tells us. To best exemplify this statistic, Thomas reads a letter from an army wife who describes worrying about her husband overseas, only to have him returned without injury, but be killed months later by another driver. Featuring high production values and searing dramatic scenes (especially for a highway safety video), It's Wanton Murder is a touchstone safety film. Unusual for the time, brutal footage of actual car accident carnage is included. But the overall message remains uplifting, as prevention, carefulness, and safety are paramount to living a healthy and happy life. These vintage car accident videos in It's Wanton Murder could scare anyone into traffic safety training!
19 Sep 2009
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14 Oct 2008
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20 Oct 2008
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Let's go for a ride with Obama. Barack Obama made history in June 2008, when he became the first African American to head a major party ticket in a presidential election. He edged out Sen. Hillary Clinton in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination after a long and often bitter primary season. He ran as the candidate of change and made hope the center of his campaign. He's to face Sen. John McCain in the general election. Obama was born in Hawaii in 1961 to an American mother and a Kenyan father. Attended Harvard Law School, graduated magna cum laude, and served as the first African-American president of the Harvard Law Review. The eloquence of his keynote address at the 2004 Democratic Nation Convention in Boston, Mass., confirmed his status as one of the Democratic party's freshest and most inspirational new leaders. WATCH GREAT MOVIES for FREE: *******snipurl****/4j5n6
6 Jul 2009
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25 Aug 2009
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31 Oct 2009
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This was shot on the Canon 5D Mark II (may it rest in peace) during our road trip in October. The song is one of my favorite road trip songs, "Drive Away" by Matthew Ebel.
26 Nov 2009
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This video teaches you some important things while taking your Drivers Education Course and also know how to get your drivers license. For more information, visit *******teen.idrivesafely****/
17 Oct 2012
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Very moving public PSA about the dangers of driving recklessly. *******gamehackerz****/
4 Mar 2013
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18 Feb 2017
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UR the Spokesperson campaign empowers teens to 'Speak Up' WASHINGTON, DC / PRNewswire / - Car crashes are the number one killer of teens in the U.S. and The Advertising Council wants to put the brakes on this alarming situation. In partnership with a coalition of state Attorneys General and consumer protection agencies, SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) and AAA (American Automobile Association), the organization launched the UR the Spokesperson campaign today to save lives by reducing youth reckless driving. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) data show that, on average, more than 300,000 teens are injured in car crashes each year, nearly 8,000 are involved in fatal crashes and more than 3,500 are killed. NHTSA research also shows that teen drivers are involved in more than five times as many fatal crashes as adults. Young drivers are more likely to speed, run red lights, make illegal turns, and die in an SUV rollover. With the message "Speak Up," the UR the Spokesperson campaign targets young adults between the ages of 15 and 21 and encourages them to be the spokesperson against reckless driving by empowering them to speak up when they are in the car with friends and don't feel safe. The campaign also seeks to increase awareness about the dangers of reckless driving and educate teens on how to be safe drivers by focusing on safe speeds, avoiding distractions, wearing seat belts, and the differences associated with driving SUVs. AAA will be assisting the Ad Council in these efforts nationwide through its clubs and SADD will be helping to spread the message by reaching out to its 350,000 student members. "This is a vital campaign that will empower teens to speak up when they feel their safety is threatened," said General Thurbert Baker, Attorney General of Georgia. "Too often teens are worried about their reputation and that they won't be 'cool' if they speak up. But they need to because it could be a matter of life and death." Research shows that teen drivers may be more likely to listen to their friends than to adults, which is why the UR the Spokesperson campaign is using a peer-to-peer approach. When it is a friend who speaks up, a young driver will listen because they don't want to damage the friendship or be labeled a bad driver. "We want it to become not only socially acceptable, but socially expected for teens to speak up when they are riding with a friend and don't feel safe," said Peggy Conlon, President and CEO of the Ad Council. "We also want to educate them about the dangers and consequences of reckless driving by reminding them to drive safely, wear their seat belts and limit distractions." The UR the Spokesperson campaign includes a series of public service advertisements (PSAs), a new Web site and a soon-to-be launched contest. Created pro bono by North Castle, a Stamford-based advertising agency that specializes in reaching teens, the PSAs feature a stereotypical, smarmy, over-the-top spokesperson who appears in the car to deliver safe driving tips. The ads conclude with the message "There is no spokesperson to prevent reckless driving. There's only you. Speak up." For more information on the campaign and to see the ads, please visit www.URtheSpokesperson****.
30 Jan 2007
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this is just a little slide show about cars that i did in my spare time...from the oldies to the safe!
13 Feb 2007
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