Leeds launches biker poster campaign
A poster campaign has been launched in Leeds to urge motorists to take extra time to look out for motorcyclists.
The posters aim to remind motorists about the importance of making time to check carefully and to understand that bikes are small and move faster than you might think. Garages and MOT centres across the city have agreed to support the campaign, and will be displaying posters on and around their premises.
The poster shows the side panels of a car after an impact with a motorbike and reinforces the current DfT TV advert, ‘How close does a biker have to be…?’.
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