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Sécurité Routière Encourages Prudent Reclaiming of Roads Post Lockdown



Road safety TV, digital and radio campaign was developed by Serviceplan France with Babel and Madame Bovary

Sécurité Routière Encourages Prudent Reclaiming of Roads Post Lockdown

Monday, May 11th, 2020, marks the first day of de-confinement in France, meaning that road users of all kinds including cars, bikes, scooters and motorbikes, will be able to hit the road again. In a new campaign created by the group of agencies Babel + Madame Bovary + Serviceplan for French government Road Safety organisation Sécurité Routière, invites French road users to continue with the behaviours of prudence and solidarity that they have so successfully adopted in the past two months during nation-wide lockdown. 

From May 11th, road users will have to relearn how to share the road, find their reflexes, and some will have to discover a new mode of movement. At the wheel, you will have to detach yourself from your cell phone, which has become essential in the past two months. It will also be necessary, despite the joy of reunion, to be careful not to forget speed limits, vigilance and sobriety. To remind the general public of the urgent need to respect traffic rules, the group of agencies Babel + Madame Bovary + Serviceplan has designed and produced a campaign that will be rolled out on television, digital and radio. Running across the campaign is a common message: “During confinement, your compliance with the instructions saved lives; continue on the road”. 

Aurélien Bigot and Benjamin Le Coz, both creatives on the campaign commented: “By working on this campaign, we have - in a way - contributed to the overall solidarity effort. The constraints of shooting (or rather of ‘non-shooting’) due to the containment pushed us to be creative in a different way. We couldn't have any characters or written scenes, so we chose the format of the ‘vignette film’, a very demanding exercise in terms of narration.” 

The film was created using stock footage. 


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