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Monday 14th December 2009

Young driver resource combines video and real life stories

Studio Distract has created a young driver resource for The Greater Manchester Road Safety Partnership.

‘Wrecked’ features 30 videos of people recounting events started by small decisions that have had much greater consequences. The resource is used by playing a video and then following simple discussion guideline, using peer-to-peer discussion to deliver a message.

Wrecked combines video and visual effects with real life stories told with local accents and locations to create a multi faceted discussion point to engage small groups.

The videos can be seen at www.wrecked.org.uk

For an evaluation copy contact Alex Platt on 0161 237 5540, or for more information go to: www.roadsafetyresources.co.uk
 

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