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Wall of the Wild
Frank Wildfowl, Rose Wildfire, Jack Wildcat - what do they have in common?
They are dangerous road beasts known as Via Ferox Animalis. They can be found all over the globe wreaking havoc on the roads. Characteristic features of those types include short-sightedness, affection for fast driving, ignorance of all sorts of traffic regulations, and a predilection for playing with modern technology at the wheel. If you meet them on the road - stay alert and try to be a good example! Remember - DON’T BE WILD. Otherwise, you too will end up on our Wall of the Wild (below).
The infamous king of the left lane. Nuisance to other motorists - able to cause great harm just by ignoring others. Don't be like Frank Wildfowl. Don’t be wild on the road!
A wild representative of individuals who love multitasking while driving. Can be aggressive at times which is manifested in uncontrolled attacks on people standing in her way. Don't be like Rose Wildfire. Don’t be wild on the road!
A wild representative of rubber-burners and doughnut-lovers. A predator with a highly-developed sense of taste and smell. Because of his limited field of vision, he often misses the important things. Don't be like Jack Wildcat. Don’t be wild on the road!