A hard-hitting road safety campaign aimed to keep young people safe on the roads has featured in a BBC documentary.
License to Kill highlighted how Safe Drive Stay Alive, led by Surrey Fire and Rescue Service, uses powerful videos, eyewitness accounts and first hand experiences to educate young people about the potential dangers of the road.
Documentary presenter Sophie Morgan said of Safe Drive Stay Alive
“For the people watching this it is incredibly powerful, but it is exactly what they need and it works.
“It really does save lives.”
The documentary is available on the BBC’s iPlayer until Wednesday 1 May 2013.