"This is one of the things they have done in Australia, in the UK, and in the US. To put up cut-outs of police vehicles that, from a distance, look like the real thing and, when you get close up, you realise that you have actually been deceived." said by 'Liam Clarke, Operations Manager at Bakwena Platinum Corridor Concession'The campaign is aimed at altering driver behaviour by making them aware of the speeds that they are traveling at. Most people are unaware that they are speeding, until they notice a camera or an official vehicle. It is only then that they reduce speed. Reckless driving is one of the highest causes of accidents in South Africa, as well as the world.
Read More about cop cars being out of action below. “On the Arrive Alive website, we plead for visible and effective traffic enforcement. Even though this may not be what we have referred to, it may be a worthwhile initiative to remind road users to Obey the Rules of the Road All of the Time, whether there is actual enforcement or just a reminder of such possible enforcement,” it said.