A road show concept developed by Wrexham's RSOs and White Watch, Wrexham is now being replicated by other local authorities in Wales.
The Impact Road Show graphically demonstrates the types of injuries that can be sustained during a collision, without the trauma of the actual experience. The show has appeared at schools and colleges in Wrexham and public events throughout North Wales.
North Wales Fire and Rescue Service awarded the partners the Community Award for Innovation in recognition of the success of the project.
Welsh Assembly Government funding has enabled the project to be replicated elsewhere - including 10 local authorities in South Wales.
In the South Wales version, students receive an initial theory presentation focusing on the 'domino effect' - how one road crash can affect lots of different people in addition to the casualties and their families.
They are then taken outside to see a car that was involved in a collision while being driven by a young driver. The students are then talked through the dangers of drink and drugs, inappropriate speed and the proper use of seatbelts.
The road show will visit most colleges across South Wales.