Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

Here is a cool collection of vintage posters appealing to Soviet people for caution on the roads. Today we have much more dense traffic but for some reason safety posters are not popular anymore.

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“You are on the highway, not in space!”

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Drivers! Moving on city streets follow the rules of vehicles location”.

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Driver!

Do not leave the garage on a malfunctioning car. Strictly observe the traffic rules, pay attention to traffic signs, signals of traffic lights and a pointsman”.

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Drivers! In the conditions of poor visibility overtaking is prohibited!”

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Speed is unlimited, BUT mind the safety!”

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Playing in the street may cause an accident”.

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Driver! Keep in mind that overspeeding and hard braking, especially on a slippery road, may cause an accident”.

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Do not hold on a vehicle edge”.

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Each of you should not how dangerous it is to play on the pavement”.

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Passerby, keep in mind that brakes do not stop the car immediately!”

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Do not disturb others”.

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Driver! Come to your senses! Drinkdrive is a crime!”

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“I never do this!”

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Bear wheels in mind! In 1925 two hundred people suffered under trams”.

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Got hitched, had a ride and came to hospital!”

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Drinkdrive is a crime!”

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Passers-by! Do not put your life in danger! If you see no paved road, walk only on the left side facing the moving traffic”.

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Parents! Explain your children the taffic rules”.

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Dear ladies and gentlemen! Please explain this to me – why do you show up in front of a bus?! Why do you rush against the traffic?!”

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Speed is chosen by a driver! Be careful!”

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Supporters”.

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“40% of accidents are your fault, drivers!”

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Outdrive only being sure of the maneuver”.

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Drivers! Be attentive in crowded places!”

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Be a chauffeur, it is a ticket to the Soviet life”.

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Drivers! Keep in mind that alcohol blunts your vigilance, it may cause accidents and casualties”.

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Driver, breaking the rules at a railway crossing may cause a catastrophe!”

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Saved money and bought a car!”

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“By breaking the rules you risk your life!”

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Drivers! When you hear a signal of an outdriving car, slow down and keep out!”

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Drivers! Accident-free work contributes to successful execution of a “Month’s safe traffic campaign “.

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Autodor Lottery – a motorcycle for 50 copecks!”

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Drivers! Outdriving in the zone of these signs is prohibited!”

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Driver! Violation of the speed regulations may cause an accident”.

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Look to the right when you get off a tram”.

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

“Grader driver! People transportation in a grader is forbidden!”

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4 thoughts on “Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past”

  1. “Outdriving” is called “passing” in the US and “overtaking” in Britain but we understand one another in this matter.

  2. Page 4, image #2. That is some awkward pose for the woman to be in. She looks like she’s about to fall, and is suffering from muscle cramps.

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