Motorist gives the finger and gets instant karma In January 2020 in a street in San Francisco in California (United States), a motorist driving a Toyota Prius leaves a parking space, forcing passage. He cuts the road to another motorist and "thanks" him by giving him a middle finger. But it didn't take long for karma to strike as the driver of the Prius slammed into the car in front.
Dog got suspect by the crotch 6/19/2021, Marion County, Florida, USA. Gregory Lee Linder, 33, tried to escape road control, but after a short chase, his car ended up off the road and ran off on his own. Unfortunately, the policeman had a service dog with him, which bit into his crotch. From that moment on, there were no problems with the arrest. After hospital treatment, Linder was arrested for the crime of escaping from police and driving a motor vehicle with a detained driver's license.
Crazy man in a car stopped by a ninja (Albania) Albania. A driver under the influence of drugs scared passers-by in Tirana's Skanderbeg Square. A man was finally able to put an end to the mad rush of his car by giving it a kick worthy of an action movie. His jump is impressive.
Huge crash after police chase (Poland) Scenes from an American thriller took place on the streets of Wodzisław. Policemen patrolling the streets noticed BMW leaving the street from Radlińska Street, whose driver was driving at excessive speed. At the sight of the police patrol car, the driver began to flee. See how this chase ended!
Motorcyclist lucky to be alive after horror crash (Russia) Occurred 5th August 2017, Novosibirsk, Russia ''In the course of the traffic, the car driver ignored the line markings separating the lanes of the carriageway and began to rearrange from the first lane immediately to the third, without missing the next in the passing lane of the motorcycle "Suzuki". As a result of the accident, a motorcycle driver was seriously injured but managed to recover
Car loses control and hits a van July 23, 2018 / Ukhta, Russia Accident on the road Syktyvkar-Ukhta. This minivan was ahead of the driver a minute before the accident.
How reliable is the autopilot of a modern car? Can today's cars drive themselves? Leading car safety expert Matthew Avery from Thatcham Research demonstrates what can happen when a driver becomes convinced that a current road car is capable of driving autonomously.