This video, which was viewed nearly 300,000 times, has sparked a backlash on the social networking site after it was removed from YouTube.
The clip, which shows a woman being pulled by a tractor, is set in a rural area in Queensland.
It has been viewed more than 300,700 times.
However, the clip has now been taken down, after an outcry from the community.
The video, titled ‘The Dangerous Jeeps Commercial’, has been removed from Youtube after receiving a large amount of criticism.
“The video was removed due to its depiction of the dangerous Jeep commercial, which is not in line with our Community Guidelines,” the video’s creators said.
“Jeeps are a safe vehicle for all, regardless of the size of the vehicle.
Our Community Guidelines apply to all videos, images and content, including those that are shared on social media platforms.”
The commercial features the narrator explaining how dangerous a Jeep is to drivers.
It was first reported on Monday that the video had been taken off YouTube, but it was later revealed that the producers of the video were not aware of the controversy.
“As you can see from the comments, the video is not appropriate for YouTube,” the creators of the commercial wrote in an email to the ABC.
“It was made before the new community guidelines went into effect and will not be uploaded to YouTube until further notice.”
In the meantime, we apologise for any offence caused.
“A spokesperson for YouTube said that the company was aware of what was happening and taking action to remove the video.”
We have a number of videos flagged for review for inappropriate content, and if the review indicates that we have not been doing enough to protect people from potentially unsafe content, we will take action,” they said in a statement.”
If a video is flagged for inappropriate or violent content, the videos may be taken down temporarily or permanently.
“Jeeps can be found on the Australian market in various colours, with some brands including Datsun and Hyundai offering models from the 1970s.
A spokesperson from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) told ABC Radio Queensland that a number a manufacturers have taken to YouTube to discuss safety measures for drivers.”
Safety features can include lane-departure warning lights, blind spot warning lights and other measures that could help prevent a crash,” they wrote in a blog post.”
However, they are not mandatory, and may require manufacturers to offer these features in their vehicles.
“These measures may vary from manufacturer to manufacturer and may vary by model.”NHTPA says its safety team has been working with manufacturers and is working with retailers to provide a range of safety features to ensure the safety of consumers.
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