It beggars belief that advertising like the one in the UK ( Banned Audi ad shows almost zero driving, Wheelsmag.com.au) – not to mention the hundreds of thousands of dollars it took to make it – can be shut down because of a single complaint! Talk about knee-jerk reaction.
The system for ‘acceptable’ advertising needs to change. If there is a code carmakers must abide by then they should be cleared (or rejected) by the authority of that code.
The company shouldn’t have to wear the cost from such a frivolous complaint. Morgan Clifford, via Facebook