Speaking up to save lives. Victims of road trauma share their stories and urge passengers, peers and the general community to make a stand and speak up against speeding. Part of an empowerment campaign from Red Jelly for Tasmania's Road Safety Advisory Council.
Impact is a mini documentary about the confronting reality of the fall out from fatal road accidents. Made from the first of the 'Telling Tales' workshop series, the film was created with a group of Northern Rivers youth who shared their stories about how road trauma has affected their lives. Impact was produced by Every Cloud Productions with assistance from Screen NSW.
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In this video, Sevenish Law answers the question: What are the most common causes of auto accidents? Safety experts agree that the number-one cause of accidents is human error. Almost all crashes can be prevented by more careful behavior and responsible conduct and driving habits. In more recent years, this is commonly known as "Distracted Driving" and it takes on many different forms. The most common mistakes drivers make include drinking and driving; speeding; drag racing other vehicles; driving while fatigued; and distractions involving applying make-up, talking, singing, passenger misconduct or immaturity, eating or drinking, texting, browsing social media sites or other activities involving smart phones. But in many cases, simply not paying attention and being mentally distracted by personal matters can cause drivers to drift out of the lane, run red lights and stop signs or break other basic traffic rules. These "Distractions" and many others have caused many, many terrible, needless and life-changing accidents that were otherwise avoidable or preventable.