Now to me the right hand lane is for overtaking. A fellow motorist had recorded footage of the incident and reported him to the police. I hate people who pull out and are travelling a few mph higher than the vehicle they are overtaking. On this channel you will find a large selection of videos on various topics of car: idiot drivers, road rage, driving fails, close calls, instant karma, and many other collections. Who let this person behind the wheel of a Ferrari? It seemed to me like the reporter was just filming the road and doing his job when someone felt a little bad about his own wrongdoings.
I just spent an hour on YouTube checking out some of the bad drivers caught on dash cams and it's hilarious. So as most drivers know, sometimes you get those people who will brake check you, cut you off so you have to slam on your brakes, tailgate you, etc etc. The footage is the result of a boom in the popularity of cheap dashcams many can be bought for less than £100 , which record the road ahead, and sometimes behind, on a continuous loop. But the fact that they are that frustrated themselves makes you wonder how considerate their own behaviour is. The driver who filmed the manoeuvre also wished to remain anonymous, but told The Sunday Times he was shocked by what he saw. The reporters cameras caught a motorcyclist miss his exit and do a U-turn and drive down the wrong side of the road.
I never planned to use dash cam footage for reporting drivers like this, but I got so upset at a driver the other day I tried. At no point was I deliberately overtaking, or had particularly noticed, the white van. And because police wouldn't do anything, the taxi licensing wouldn't either! According to the , the employee was trying to reverse the Toyota Fortuner from the drying station to the polishing station but lost control. Then he really went nuts and started waving his arms around gesturing when the car started to slow down to turn left. I feel your pain on this, although not something I encountered but my sister did a few years ago. Credit - headcam film footage is courtesy of Dave Sherry.
I could very easily have been more 'assertive' in passing the van but that would have involved exceeding the posted speed limit in a car clearly marked as a driving school car. I followed him for few minutes and I was sure he's either completely drunk or on drugs. Well, this car wash employee probably had it worse when he lost control of a vehicle that proceeded to plough into traffic. Obviously the mini bus is in the wrong. It's surprising how many occurences of bad driving you see when you have a camera fitted and quite often I think I should send the clip to the local police but like I said, if there has been no injuries etc. Video footage shows the customer smashing his Porsche Cayenne through the glass doors and slamming into the front desk. Who says you have to go to the county fairgrounds to see the vehicular carnage of cars driving over one another? My attention was on the approaching junction and I forgot to position myself with clear space next to me on the approach.
Witchard had been filmed on the A468 between Caerphilly and Newport overtaking several cars at more than the 60mph speed limit, before going round a blind left-hand bend on the wrong side of the road. The tubby convenience store customer lives to buy another Twinkie. My speed is a constant 70mph until the first indication of the upcoming junction at which point it decays to match the new 30 limit visible to the right just before he leaves his lane. I saw my life flash before my eyes more than a couple times while he was behind the wheel. Please wait until the paramedics arrive. The defiant minibus driver was traced by police and arrested. It is thought to be the first time a driver has been jailed on the evidence of dashcam video.
So pull out, overtake and possibly speed up then pull in and slow down. Dear viewers, if you own the copyright to any video posted on the channel, and you are against placing your videos on the list, and if you want to see your video in the compilation please write us: evgeniyas2007 gmail. Car wash employee ploughs customer's car into traffic Think you've had a bad day? At the 59 second mark I spot the first sign of an approaching junction and it coincides with drawing level with the white transit van. You can teach a car to sit and stay, but you should draw the line at rolling over. One time someone started throwing coins out his window at me after he passed me I was going 15mph over the speed limit, but he wanted to go around 40mph over, it was a single lane so I couldn't just change lanes. However, increasingly drivers have taken to manually saving clips that show dangerous driving. Presenter David Whiteley meets Dave Sherry, a cyclist and bus driver from Harlow, who tracks lorry, van and bus drivers whom he believes are driving irresponsibly.
I called 911 once on a driver who was in front of me. Just imagine if you receive reports and if not in hundreds, would possibly be in thousands , and you have to investigate all of them. In the incedent with the coins, an officer would definitely have come and pulled them over; that is extremely dangerous. There's plenty of vids out there where elements of breaking the law are blatantly obvious, one that's hit the news recently was the cyclist who caught a woman eating cereal whilst at the wheel. The police are actively encouraging drivers to submit their footage. The jury at Mold crown court was shown video footage of Stocks in a black Polo recklessly overtaking other drivers on the A495 near Bronington, Wrexham.
After smashing through the dealership's entrance, he told the shocked staff he would not be paying what he owed for the car and demanded his deposit be returned. There are millions of dashcams now in cars across the country, and increasing numbers of motorists are being reported to the police for everything from minor misdemeanours to reckless driving. An officer came round and I made my statement. Some are calm and collected, and others get totally pissed. It's got to be better than putting very experienced officers out to pasture! Those people are called Pennsylvanians.