Mimes for Better Traffic

2009-12-16 20:11 - 0 Comments

Many drivers and pedestrians don’t respect simple traffic laws because they consider that they aren’t misbehaving since they aren't breaking important safety laws like crossing with red lights or surpassing the speed maximum. Showing people through humour the small infractions to the law they make can make them realice the important of their mistakes and help them become better citizens. The most common small infractions are: stopping their car over a pedestrian crossing, talking over the cellphone while driving or crossing the street walking through the forbidden places. The idea is to put mimes in the street crossings to mimic the bad behaviors mentioned above. Thus, we'll get people to laugh a little bit and remember that they can't use the cellphone while driving, stop their cars over the pedestrian crossings and, in the case of the pedestrians, cross the street not through the pedestrian crossing. Submitted by Simon Carpman.

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