Advertising Standards Bureau Review of Operations 2014 - Page 106

regulation, if such driving were to occur on a road or road‑related area, regardless of where the driving is depicted in the advertisement. (b) [Examples: Vehicles travelling at excessive speed; sudden, extreme and unnecessary changes in direction and speed of a motor vehicle; deliberately and unnecessarily setting motor vehicles on a collision course; or the apparent and deliberate loss of control of a moving motor vehicle.] (c) eople driving at speeds in excess of speed P limits in the relevant jurisdiction in Australia in which the advertisement is published or broadcast. (d) riving practices or other actions which D would, if they were to take place on a road or road‑related area, breach any Commonwealth law or the law of any State or Territory in the relevant jurisdiction in which the advertisement is published or broadcast directly dealing with road safety or traffic regulation. (e) [Examples: Illegal use of hand-held mobile phones or not wearing seatbelts in a moving motor vehicle. Motorcyclists or their passengers not wearing an approved safety helmet, while the motorcycle is in motion.] (f ) eople driving while being apparently P fatigued, or under the influence of drugs or alcohol to the extent that such driving practices breach any Commonwealth law or the law of any State or Territory in the relevant jurisdiction in which the advertisement is published or broadcast dealing directly with road safety or traffic regulation. 3. Use of Motor Sport in Advertising Without limiting the general application of clause 2, advertisers may make use of scenes of motor sport; simulated motor sport; and vehicle‑testing or proving in advertising, subject to the following: (a) uch scenes should be clearly identifiable S as part of an organised motor sport activity, or testing or proving activity, of a type for which a permit would normally be available in Australia. (b) ny racing or competing vehicles depicted A in motor sport scenes should be in clearly identifiable racing livery. 4. Depiction of Off‑road Vehicles An advertisement may legitimately depict the capabilities and performance of an off-road vehicle travelling over loose or unsealed surfaces, or uneven terrain, not forming part of a road or road related area. Such advertisements should not portray unsafe driving and vehicles must not travel at a speed which would contravene the laws of the State or Territory in which the advertisement is published or broadcast, were such driving to occur on a road or road related area. (g) Deliberate and significant environmental damage, particularly in advertising for off‑road vehicles. 104 Advertising Standards Bureau