In collaboration with the Landespolizei Schleswig-Holstein
Our reporters accompanied the police while looking for speeding drivers, people driving their cars under the influence of alcohol and drugs, people using their cell phones while driving, and confronted those drivers with the potential consequences of their actions.
One reporter tested and reported about a drunk driving simulator to better describe the impact of alcohol on a person’s driving ability.
Our reporters accompanied the highway police to talk about highway safety and the dangers of aggressive driving.
Our reporters and hosts talked with the police about what you can do to make your bicycle safer and how to be safe as a cyclics on the road
In collaboration with the Verband des KFZ Gewerbes Schleswig-Holstein)
Our reporters visited car garages and described the process of car inspections and what to look for relating to road safety
We gave away vouchers for car safety inspections to raise awareness for proper road safety measures and to improve around 20 cars with the help of our partners.
For our radio and online reports:
We talked with people who have been in traffic accidents, people who have lost loved ones due to traffic accidents, first responders about their experience in dealing with accidents, experts on the future of road safety and with traffic psychologists
Our morning show hosts invited a driving instructor into the show to talk about learning how to drive and the most common dangerous mistakes, young drivers have to try and avoid.
Our morning show hosts tried (and succeded) to retake their practial driver’s licence test while being filmed by our online video journalists.
We asked our listeners and readers to tell us about specific road safety concerns in their neighbourhood. Then we sent our reporters there to raise awareness and to distribute our “Schleswig-Holstein fährt fair”-posters.
Our reporters visited a school during the morning rush hour to talk with children, parents, teachers and drivers about the road safety issues around schools.
We talked with countless people in Schleswig-Holstein on air and online about their opinions, problems and advice concerning road safety in our state and encouraged and engaged in discussions via our social media channels.