'You can't reverse the damage', campaign says
A Sussex-wide summer drink-drive campaign featuring a ‘sand car’ being crashed by a wave on a beach was launched last week.
The campaign image is accompanied by the message: ‘Don’t drink and drive – you can’t reverse the damage’.
The Sussex Safer Roads Partnership (SSRP) campaign will run during June, July and August and will include postcards, bus-backs, billboards and local radio advertising.
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