Road-users in Mayo have been told to drive safely - in ten different languages, following a weekend that saw four lives lost on the nations roads.
A screen-saver produced by Mayo County Council will flash the road safety message in internet cafes, libraries, schools, and computer shops around the county, the image can also be installed by parents on their children's phones as a screen image to remind them to drive safely.
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"Slow down - stop the carnage" is the English version of the message, and it is also published in Arabic, Chinese, French, Irish, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, and Russian.
"We decided to produce the screen-saver in the ten languages to reach as wide an audience as possible. There is a large population of non-Nationals here in Co. Mayo and this is an effort to reach them with a message to stop the carnage as well as reaching native road users," said Noel Gibbons, Road Safety Officer of Mayo County Council.
Thousands of copies of the screen-saver are being distributed around the county and are also available from Mayo County Council.