Overspeeding...

Hungarian title:

Gyors hajtás...

Size:

A1 1 Sheet (cca. 84 x 59 cm)

Year:

1965

Condition:

Fine, small tears along the border, light wear.

Material:

Paper, offset.

Price: US$1600

Description:

Overspeeding... is a 1965 original Hungarian vintage safety accident prevention propaganda poster designed by Zoltán Tamassi.

The poster depicts a skeleton dressed as a jockey travelling on the top of an over speeding car. refers to the methods and measures used to prevent road users from being killed or seriously injured. During the socialist era several campaigns were organised in Hungary in order to protect the citizens from every possible danger. The government thought about the safety of work and travel, and carefully explained the people how to behave in these everyday situations. Road traffic safety refers to the methods and measures used to prevent road users from being killed or seriously injured. Typical road users include pedestrians, cyclists, motorists, vehicle passengers, horse riders, and passengers of on-road public transport (mainly buses and trams). Road traffic crashes are one of the world's largest public health and injury prevention problems. The problem is all the more acute because the victims are overwhelmingly healthy before their crashes. Various types of road user regulations are in force or have been tried in most jurisdictions around the world. Dependent on jurisdiction, driver's age, road type and vehicle type, motor vehicle drivers may be required to pass a driving test (public transport and goods vehicle drivers may need additional training and licensing), conform to restrictions on driving after consuming alcohol or various drugs, comply with restrictions on use of mobile phones, be covered by compulsory insurance, wear seat belts and comply with certain speed limits. Motorcycle riders may additionally be compelled to wear a motorcycle helmet. Drivers of certain vehicle types may be subject to maximum driving hour regulations.

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