Thousands of north-east pupils will be shown the importance of road safety as part of a presentation next month.
Now in it’s 15th year, the Safe Drive Stay Alive event will combine a hard-hitting film with testimonials from emergency services, bereaved family members and road accident survivors to emphasise the importance of driving safely.
Future drivers and passengers will witness graphic scenes of car accidents and their aftermath.
Chris Tucker, who was involved in a car accident in 2012 and sustained a brain injury as a result, has been sharing his experiences at the show ever since.
The 28-year-old said: “It was tough learning to deal with the fact that I would never play football again, but that was only one small part of the far wider picture.
“I saw how much my family suffered watching me make such a slow and painful recovery.”
The event is designed to bring home to young adults some of the physical and emotional scars which can result from a crash.
Chair of Aberdeenshire Council’s communities committee, Anne Stirling, said: “The importance of the Safe Drive Stay Alive roadshow in our community cannot be underestimated.”
The event will be held at Aberdeen’s Beach Ballroom and will be attended by thousands of young people from Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray. The first showing is November 4.
A public viewing will be held for free on November 6 at 7.30pm.