Truth of Trust is the commercial while the gecko is on the student's chair, speaking about people trusting advertising icons, and mind babysitting kids, the gecko thinks if you're a brother to me.
- Commercial First Aired: February 20, 2006
- Commercial Last Aired: April 2, 2007
(Scene: Classroom - The gecko is on the student's chair when a teacher does an interview.)
Teacher (off screen): Right, but a talking gecko. Why?
Gecko: I'll tell you why. Because people trust advertising icons. Some bloke tells you to go to GEICO.com and you're like, "Really, just who might you be?" But a gecko, he can be (taps desk) trusted. I asked if you want to save money on car insurance, and you're like, "Yes, thank you. Mind babysitting my kids." And I'm like, "Of course I'll sit with the kids." You're like a brother to me.
(Cut to: GEICO logo)
(Text: Or call the office near you)
VO: GEICO. Fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance.
- In GEICO's video library (dial-up/broadband), the description says "Trust the Gecko to babysit the kids" and the title is actually "Icons". In some place, the word should've says "baby-sit" in the "-" symbol" in GEICO's website.