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Safe-driving ads spray you with blood again

Don't-talk

We've enjoyed a break lately from the horrific blood-and-guts school of road-safety advertising. In particular, we had that beautiful 90-second seatbelt PSA from the Sussex Safer Roads Partnership in England, which was uplifting and totally brains- and intestines-free. Of course, it couldn't last. Check out these three print ads for the Bangalore Traffic Police by Mumbai agency the Mudra Group. Mmm, splashy!

—Posted by Tim Nudd

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