In 2011 speed cameras were introduced to Latvian drivers, but as it soon turned out – it wasn't for the noble cause of speeding elimination but was a cheeky money making scheme and it wasn't the country that won in this war. We started a social campaign–The National Radar. The idea: take your old fridge, make it look like radar and place it on a highway where it doesn't interfere with traffic. We only started a Facebook page to promote it but in couple of weeks the campaign was all over the news.
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