You have a very valid point about the photoshopping on these pictures. They are trying to put across a no brainer of an idea and have managed to totally cock it up. Wearing brighter gear, will get you seen earlier. That is unless you subscribe to the fact that 99% of the time, drivers are not looking. Personally, I ride around looking like technicolour dream. I have made a new drybag this morningIt's that why firefighters day uniform is dark blue polo shirts and black trousers?
In any case, the "without" photo has clearly been doctored, or the subject has covered her face and legs in cam cream. You'd think they'd check before blindly tweeting a photoshopped picture.
The 1970s called and wants its government-funded victim-blaming back.
Because they're a bit shoot and take a bizarrely soft approach to the perpetrator and a hard line with the victims. I think this is the latest government film against phoney driving. It tells people not to look at their phones more than it tells them to look at the road. I bet no-one will be posting this in 40 years like the cyclist blaming ugly mac one above.Fair point. Get yourself seen, wear hi vis, put lights on your bike...why do we never see such campaigns promoting "motorists - look where you're bleeding well going"?