'Don't Jerk and Drive' is an ad campaign designed to warn drivers about the dangers of jerking the steering wheel when they encounter icy conditions. Unfortunately, the good people of South Dakota couldn't stop giggling at the double entendre.

'Don't Over-Correct and Drive' just doesn't have the same ring.

Dakota's secretary of the Department of Public Safety says, “This is an important safety message and I don’t want this innuendo to distract from our goal to save lives on the road.”

Don't jerk and drive. It's dangerous. Warn your friends. And your teenagers.

- George McIntyre
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