THERE is no way to escape the latest phase of the anti-speeding campaign.
For the people who brought speed cameras to West Yorkshire have now plastered its message on buses, in pubs and car parks.
Half a million car park tickets have been distributed to council car parks throughout Kirklees showing images associated with speed - a cheetah running at full tilt, a Grand Prix racing car and a horse race - all with a speed camera flashing in the background and the words There's No Need To Speed.
The same message can be found on 50,000 beer mats in pubs, clubs and leisure venues which are close to roads that have speed cameras on them.
Posters showing a Christmas tree with a speed camera instead of a fairy on top are also being displayed in these kinds of venues.
Two First Bus single-deckers are carrying a giant close-up of a child's face on the back with the words Don't Let You Be The Last Thing I See.
West Yorkshire Casualty Reduction Partnership communications manager Philip Gwynne said: "The imagery is powerful and the words - apparently from the child - are designed to be thought-provoking and a little confrontational.
"The overall effect is potent and forceful and the feedback we've received is that it's made people think and check their speed."