Buick China: Traffic signs are there for a reason

Traffic Signs.jpgTraffic signs are there for a reason says Shanghai General Motors, via Lowe Shanghai.

This television commercial features real traffic accident victims who kindly agreed to participate in this meaningful project to warn pedestrians and motorists not to avoid the same disasters. Trying to be calm and hide their emotion, the victims' amputated bodies, or the family of the deceased, say it all as they pose as human traffic signs. They quietly carry the important warnings at these accident-prone locations.

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