God damn it, grandma!
This is what my sister did to her first car
Brake-checking an undercover Ford Mustang
Didn’t see that coming
2 mustangs crash at car meet..
Father accidentally knocks nearly completely restored 1963 nova into neutral.
They blocked the highway with their supercars, karma surely destroyed their marriage
TRUCKERS bullying Mercedes
Moving Trucks & Trailers are for Amateurs!
Please remember to SECURE YOUR LOADS
Elderly man almost crashes the car after falling asleep and blames an imaginary driver
Found in the wild by my dad
They payed for the whole sticker, I guess they are going to use the whole sticker
I saw my first genuinely idiotic driver today.
Passengers said bus is too hot and no working AC, Driver made awsome AC for them
Kinda in the wrong lane.
On the off ramp and this lady decides to stop in the middle of it....hmmm.
This is gonna work…
Glad I wasn't in my driveway this time...
Dude looked pissed
Idiot in a tractor
Hope this belongs here
Taking your front wheel drive on the beach is always a great idea
His leg almost got crushed
Bold. You can get impounded for driving without insurance here.
Running a Red Turn Arrow Almost Causes an Accident
Creating silage with motorcycle
Someone paying zero attention almost derailed a lovely day
Shared this on my story and felt you all needed to see it, too. Who needs a moving van and safety regulations?
Smh my head..
One foot in the grave
This Is Why You Should Scrape The Ice Off Your Car BEFORE You Go
Glad I wasn't in my driveway this time: Part 2...
road rage caught on camera during a police Interview
Lorry tries to swerve as Van driver smashes into it
Didn’t even look over his shoulder, he’s just in his own little world
Personal safety 🚫 Chair safety ✅
"You ever take it off any sweet jumps?"
Just back up. You'll be fine!
[USA][MD] Slow and wide right turn in a 45 mph zone *cursing*
I don't know if this belongs here but I am an idiot in a car
Let this be a lesson…..Stay in your vehicle
We don’t need lanes where we’re going
Oh Houston.. You never cease to amaze me.
How far did they make it till it fell out?
DUI Hit & Run
When you see it...
No amount of cones can stop idiots.
Subreddit 'idiotsincars' Rules
God damn it, grandma!
Just to add, the Tahoe was not speeding. We were going the same speed until the older woman in the red Camry decided to slow down very fast causing me to slow down. She was also turning into nothing which is what bothers me the most. Probably just too old to drive.
Luckily that Tahoe didn’t flip...
Yeah the physics doesn't add up. In fact based on my background in watching movies the SUV should have exploded in the first contract.
Nah, you're thinking of the Ford Exploder; that's the only one unstable enough to explode as soon as the contracts are signed
You mean GRand Theft Auto Style? I though all SUVs did that when they flip
I thought that was road at first!! But when I replayed the video it looks like a road going into a construction site and is gated. Was everyone ok?
Yes. Everyone who was involved got out of their vehicles with no problem. The Tahoe had 3 kids all under the age of 10 but they were unharmed
Great news and glad you’re ok too
Thank you. This is fortunately my first witnessed crash in Las Vegas in 3 years
You just ain't been in the right place at the wrong time. Shit happens all the time in Vegas.
I know, I’ve been very fortunate. I see a lot of post-crash accidents but this was my first live one.
Yeah Vegas drivers are really... Something lol
Which is why my insurance is so high in this state. I'm paying twice the amount I was paying in California. Aside from bad drivers, there are plenty of drunk drivers here due to liquor being serve 24 hours a day.
Thanks for reminding me why I need to get a dash cam ASAP.
Saw one Friday, underpass on Jones. Dude just screeched and crashed into the underpass wall. I was in the turn lane, so it happened parallel to me. Dash cam didn’t pick it up. Still don’t know how he managed. Vegas drivers are a insane breed.
I just moved from Vegas to Nebraska. My insurance for my car dropped from 330 a month month to 107. Shits insane in Vegas because of the bad drivers
I read recently, the inflated insurance is because of litigation. Not so much shitty drivers. Probably both. Thanks Glenn Lerner. Congratulations on the move, and your ability to enjoy summer!!!
Thank you. It's currently in the 90s tho. BUT this was like their worst winter ever. It was negative 30. So between that temperature variant, and now i have humidity again. I do kinda miss the dry heat
My first day after moving to Vegas driving 95s saw an SUV go into the wall and just keep driving like nothing happened
Follow me around. I've been rear ended 4 times. Twice in 14 days. People suck driving here and now nobody even has license plates on their cars these days
I knew it had to be Las Vegas when I saw the billboards! Glad all were ok.
I am from a very small town with less than 3,000 people. My first “big city” experience was Salt Lake City and I was so scared to drive. I think it was my third day there when I decided to take my son to the children’s museum and I took a wrong turn. I turned on a road to get situated on the correct road again and as I was pulling up to the light I saw a dark sedan jump the curb, fly for a second and ram a street sign. Then at the same time a cop with no lights on ran the red light and a tan sedan t-boned the cop car. Then the person behind the cop slammed on their breaks and that almost caused a whole other thing. I was talking to my sister in law on Bluetooth and I was like “Where the fuck have we moved that this is the madness I find taking a wrong turn?!” Scared me for like another week. Lmao.
How's the heat?
>10 Kids got a story for their friends!
A 10 yr old should not be driving.
Physically. They will carry the sound of that impact around with them for a while.
This is exactly why people over 65 should have to do their test again every few years at least.
I think a lot of people at any age could do with retesting every so many years. The longer you do something the more relaxed and confident you get in your abilities, even when they do it poorly. People learn to drive at 15/16 years old and are expected to keep a certain standard for the rest of their driving life. A lot don’t even go to drivers Ed, they just learn from someone that learned decades earlier and are stuck in their ways, right or wrong they are gonna do it their way. I feel it could help with a lot of road rage and knowing what to do in those one off situations that you don’t encounter everyday. It could also help generate more money for infrastructure repairs. Except here in Massachusetts where instead of fixing anything they decided to change all the exit numbers. And yeah Masshole and all that but, there’s shitty drivers in every state. When people are told to be aggressive drivers they seem to take that as force other people to their will. It’s like they were told in one situation they had the right of way and that burned into their brains that no matter what, they have the right of way and they are going to take it. The countless times I’ve passed someone going slower then needed only for them to take it as an insult. People may even learn how to use multi lane roads properly. tl;dr I went off on to much here. I agree, everyone would be helped by being retesting every so often.
The exit numbers are being changed to comply with federal highway mandates. MA really didn’t have a choice in the matter, otherwise they would’ve kept it as is
Makes sense, get us in line with everyone else. Makes all those mile marker signs useless now. feds: it’s our way or no highway.
What are they doing with the exits in MA?
From what I read, renumbering them to match the miles on the highway. Something about it’s for truck drivers to know how far they are driving and still will need to driver. My local exits went from 40s to something in the low 100s.
Oh cool. Bout time they did that. Makes it way easier to figure out what mile marker you're by in case of a break down.
My mom always made it a point to tell me when I was learning how to drive that you don't want to be an aggressive driver, you want to be an assertive driver
Predictable is the best word, I think. Take your right of way. Go with the flow of traffic. Signal early and often.
Defensive driver. You’re meant to be a defensive driver smh.
Drive like you're literally the only one who knows how to drive. Drive like everyone else is a fucking idiot, about to do something stupid.
A fucking idiot about to do something stupid and doesn't care about anyone else.
Those aren't mutually exclusive
Know what's happening around you. Know the limits of your vehicle, and when to approach those limits. Sometimes the best defense is a good offense. Above all else, be predictable. If people know what you're doing, they'll avoid you, because they know where you'll be.
That’s was the better choice of word.
What's more insane to me is that AZ licenced me at 16, and aside from a updated photos every decade, could give a shit if I'm still mentally and physically able to drive for the next 49 years. Sure, they ask.. but I don't have to prove it. I didn't even realize until I had neck surgery three years ago, how little I could actually turn my neck to see behind me in the car. I thought I was fine, until I realized otherwise after surgery. Now I can actually do it. Shit creeps up on people. And we let them keep coasting by. AZ gives doctor's the ability to send DMV reports of medical issues that could impair drivers abilities..but does not mandate it. There is absolutely no fail safes to keep drivers off the road here that can't safely drive until their 70. None.
\1973. I go off to college, parents retire to Florida. I go home for Christmas; FL resident now, need a FL license. Parents: Study the book, the test is a bitch. Test: 10 questions, 'what's a stop sign', etc. Me: My parents said the test was a bitch. DMV Guy: Too many people failed so they made it easier.
LOL! When I moved back here in '88, on the flight I was reading the DMV manual to catch up. I didn't want to fail, and I remember my parents saying the test was "read hard". The elderly lady in the seat next to mine noticed, and she asked about it. Until then I had a Texas licence, and it was fairly hard to get in the 70's. And I told her I wanted to ace the test. She said "don't worry, they give a licence to practically everyone! You won't fail." And damn she wasn't lying. Perfect 100 on the written, a 99 on the road test, losing a point because the examiner said I was a bit beyond the correct line at the stop sign (and I wasn't). He said I had done the quickest and straightest parallel park he seen in a very long time. Yet while I was waiting for the examiner both before and after the driving I saw a lot of people reacting to being told they'd failed the driving test. Florida's test was much easier than Texas' test. I went the next day to do the old (and now non-existent) Class D chauffeur's test and aced that after one read-thru of that exam's book. Guess what piece of the driving test did the DMV got rid of a few years after?
My grandmother has dementia and my state requires a next of kin to sign the papers to take away her license. She abused her kids so they don't want to do it. So i have to wait for her to get convicted of reckless driving for her to loose her license. She has been pulled over for it many times and the cops in the area know my family, so they call my mom and dad to go pick her up. They don't issue her a written warning or a ticket so there there isn't a legal paper trail of her terrible driving. She is going to kill someone and nobody wants to deal with her enough to stop it.
If you look at the US data, at least, it’s younger drivers who cause more crashes https://aaafoundation.org/rates-motor-vehicle-crashes-injuries-deaths-relation-driver-age-united-states-2014-2015/
You would expect the youngest drivers to have the most accidents - they are learning to drive. We also put additional restrictions on the youngest driver with learners permits and other rules. What the data in the article shows is people’s driving skills begin to deteriorate after 70 and therefore they should be more regulated like young drivers are.
Not that I disagree but a proper comparison would show the relation of total young drivers and their crashes and another comparing total boomer drivers and their crashes. Of course the largest group of people, the young generation, are going to have more crashes compared to all of society. That is not a proper comparison. Its like saying right handed people commit more crime compared to lefties. Ofc that will appear true because it's a 9:1 ratio
Looks like this research give the accident rate per mile driven, so already takes into account both how big the group is and how many miles they drive.
Fatal crashes is pretty telling on its own and actually expected I'm actually surprised it surpasses all other age groups.
The article does propose a reason for this - basically that 80+ age group are more prone to death in general due to their frailty, rather than due to the severity of the accident. The data actually shows that boomers, or at least the centre of the boomer age range, are actually the safest drivers on the road. Just to be clear, I'm not particularly sticking up for boomers, but rather sticking up for the presented evidence. Anecdotally, I've only ever been involved in one traffic accident, and that was as a taxi passenger... the driver was a boomer but to be fair to him it was a multi car pile up and he did (surprisingly) manage to stop in time, unlike the car behind us. Also anecdotally, my mother is an Asian boomer, and she once got lost in a supermarket car park. She had to ask a trolley wrangler or directions to the exit... twice. Good luck everyone!
Yeah my dad is a boomer and a functional alcoholic. Like had his road trips planned out where he knew where he needed to stop to make another drink. Anyways he's only ever been in one accident that I know of, caused by another vehicle turning left into him. So anecdotally he's a very dangerous driver but statistics would say he's an incredibly safe driver.
It could rather show that those driving in advanced age are the ones that hold it up best. Since evidence shows that young groups cause more accidents it's likely those who are more reckless tend not to drive the older they get leaving only the safest after a time. At least that's my interpretation.
My dad voluntarily sold his car because his eye sight was getting bad. He loved to drive, his last car was an Audi TT. Gave it up to keep others safe. I will follow in his footsteps if the time comes for me.
Applause to him. Friend with Parkinson's stopped driving and got the ID Card instead of License at renewal time. Her reflexes and coordination were just not good enough any longer and she knew it. Another had her vision go so bad she also stopped.
I'm way over 65 and I agree 100 percent
Not just old people, people of any age should get tested every few years imo
Should also be retested when moving states, to make sure you actually know the laws. Lots of little differences I didn't know.
NH used to have that but they did away with it. Wish they would bring it back.
Think again, wippersnapper: https://aaafoundation.org/rates-motor-vehicle-crashes-injuries-deaths-relation-driver-age-united-states-2014-2015/
We had a rule like that here in Norway, but a political party thought it was discriminatory towards older people, so from August they no longer need to be re-tested. Even-though over 50% of old people re-tested failed their test, and pose a risk in traffic.
No. Everyone. Any time you renew your license. No "over such and such age". There's people that got their license at 16 and probably couldn't pass the test at 28. Or 21. It would reinforce that driving isn't a "right" but a dangerous activity with severe consequences. How to be a good driver 101: be predictable. Understand how people are driving around you, and follow their lead, especially if you are from out-of-town. Be predictable. If people are consistently driving aggressively, follow suit. If drivers are more moderate and defensive, don't take the chances. Be predictable.
Old people are far from the only drivers completely oblivious to the idea that other people exist, and the concept that some of those other people might be driving behind them. And while I agree repeated testing would be great, I have no idea where to get the budget necessary to double, triple, or quadruple (how often do you want to retest?) the size of the DMV.
This is why we should quit wasting money on roads and build better public transportation.
Makes sense in theory but public transit will never get to the level of grabbing your keys and going so anyone with a car would just drive instead
In cities with good transportation systems, that's actually reality. You just go to the station, wait a couple minutes for your train and off you go. In European suburbs, my experience has been that you'll look up when the next bus is going to go(they typically come every 20 minutes or less), and wait until then.
I agree. Public transportation is just not practical for 90+% of drivers in the US. Even if it improved, getting in your own car will always be faster and more convenient for anyone not living in an urban city.
Naturally, better public transportation in the US would require better city design, meaning there's going to be less people living in places where cars are the best option. Though that depends on politics and developers, the trend is going very much in the opposite direction.
It's also too damn hot to wait for a bus in Vegas.
It can, and there are countries where it has replaced the vast majority of trips. It just practically has never gotten to that point in the States (except maybe in places lik NYC)
Damn that stripper sign! I just need to find that exi..whoops!
Hilariously know exactly where that is.. dude, I swear... I have driven all over the states, and the traffic and drivers there still blow my mind. Used to be down there constantly, know the roads, and the bizzaro offramp/onramp/sideramp/lets all merge 3 different things ramps... still drive me nuts. I used to think people in LA drove nutty... but to be fair, there should be a massive fuckton more accidents then there should be...
She was trying to get to the David Copperfield show.
my sister made an article in high school about how elderly people shouldn’t be allowed to drive, this pretty much proves it lol.
Sad but yes there are too many elderly people behind the steering wheel who just are not competent any more.
That's what I was trying to figure out the whole time, where is she turning in to?
Did you get rear-ended? There seems to be some shakes at the end
Age has nothing to do with this. I’ve seen all kinds of people have a sudden change of heart when they pass someplace they wanted to go and they’re in the wrong lane - then it’s “screw you, I’m cutting across 1, 2, 3, 4 or however many lanes” because going down a block and turning around is for chumps. The other version of this would be she just sits there and blocks your lane until traffic in every lane slows to a crawl then she creeps across the other lane and into the parking lot.
When a car suddenly starts to slow down for no apparent reason there is either something in the road you don't see or they are about to do something stupid. When a car does that everyone should slow down and pass cautiously.
Did she deny being at-fault here?
This is why FL started requiring road tests for senior drivers!
She saw that thunder down under billboard and got excited...
Granny knows what she wants
She did get rammed
She ended up with a different thrill…
The moment I saw that I was like, Vegas?
I imagine this is what happened too lol. She was distracted by the sign.
Typical Vegas. The city is full of old people who are retired and anemic and think that 115 degrees is comfortable weather.
And also drunks, or both.
I’d imagine 115 is pretty nice if your 100 year old glass and paper body can’t produce enough body heat
Do old people really like hot weather?
Yes, it's why they migrate to Florida and Arizona. They get cold easily
Are there any numbers? Like at 70 your 80f feels like 72f? Or something like that?
Anecdotally, before my mother passed, she would have a blanket on and the heat on anytime it was cooler than 76 degrees. She lived in the basement of our house and even if it was 80+ outside, enough of her part of the house was underground that she ran the heat in the summer. Anything under 76 was cause for a jacket and/or a blanket for her.
This is right outside the airport too iirc. edit: [found the spot, open in a new tab to see the street view](https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-115.146065,3a,90y,38.49h,72.32t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sCX0jwR1vDhtPMeeTFnxr4A!2e0!6shttps:%2F%2Fstreetviewpixels-pa.googleapis.com%2Fv1%2Fthumbnail%3Fpanoid%3DCX0jwR1vDhtPMeeTFnxr4A%26cb_client%3Dmaps_sv.tactile.gps%26w%3D203%26h%3D100%26yaw%3D2.4057894%26pitch%3D0%26thumbfov%3D100!7i16384!8i8192)
Damn and you were even on the horn early enough to warn them and for them to avoid the accident but
Las vegas has got a good batch of people who drive like this. Looks like over by the airport?
Yep. Leaving the airport towards Tropicana
I knew I recognized my home city! Do you know what happened after?
I turn now, good luck everybody else!
A cop literally did this to me Friday night. It took everything in my power + my wheels locking up to not hit them. I honestly thought they were about to stop my car in some crazy ass “your vehicle fits a description” scenario bc they straight up cut me off so hard. Couldn’t even honk bc it’s a cop and I didn’t wanna die. It was like 2 am, mostly empty road, fucking wish I had a dash cam bc I’ve never gotten that close to hitting someone and it was a fucking cop
Lol family guy
Jeez. Stops on a highway and makes a turn from one lane over just to get into a blocked off road. My question is what would they have done if they had gotten into that blocked road? Most likely would have caused an accident trying to get out.
Cant trust your mirrors especially when you slow down in trafficking like that
No, you can't trust most old people in vehicles. Period. In the US, the 65+ age group have the highest rate of car crash deaths of any other age group. They are a very real danger on our roads and put people's lives at unnecessary risk every single day. I firmly believe that once you reach a certain age and/or if your doctor notices that your cognitive processing and reaction times are reducing due to age or disease, then you should be required by law to renew your license once every year and take the written test. This will help weed out those that cognitively deteriorate over time and who should not be operating vehicles and lessen the number of accidents that occur each year.
100% agree. I don’t remember where, but I remember reading something about how older people’s reaction times are significantly slower than younger people’s, almost like they’re impaired. It’s not safe.
> almost like they’re impaired There is no 'almost' about it. They are impaired.
Shit like this is why I will never get a motorcycle, it would be fun but I don't trust anyone out there
You have to drive a motorcycle like everyone dosen't acknowledge your existence and every wants to kill you.
Hell some people do want to kill you Been sitting behind people, bike comes down the middle of the stopped cars and there’s always someone to poke their nose into it’s path
Or open their doors.
Get a dirt bike! Way more fun and much safer riding on closed trails that cars can’t be on.
Is this a 7 lane residential road? Wtf?
Its the road immediately leaving the airport. It turns into 3 left turning lanes and 4 straight lanes at the next light.
I thought that it looked familiar
Darn airport connector exit
She's seen that Billboard for outback Can't miss that turn!!!
After the tunnel from the airport to this street is always the biggest pain. I’m always scared I’ll get hit by someone whenever I drive down there.
Las Vegas seems to draw the worst drivers in the nation. Over the years, i’ve seen quite a few stupid accidents happen that left me scratching my head wondering how the heck they issued drivers licenses to the people involved.
Haha. Love my car. Love driving my car. Half the time flew there, half the time drove. Every time I drove, would just park my pretty car in a long term lot and rent a damn car. Just full of nopes.
Mother fucking Vegas.
I agree with your title. I'm on the lookout for Toyota Camrys and Avalons as they seem to be the terrible drivers. They have replaced the Oldsmobiles, Lincolns, and Cadillacs that the retirees used to drive. Or they are the 16-17 year old drivers since they've been gifted their grandparents Camry or Avalon. I know this is a biased view, but it is my un-scientific view. ;-)
Haha she saw the billboard full of hunky men and had to turn lol.
That's how we Vegas!
Just moved to Vegas from California. Vegas drivers suck.
I did too. After being here for a few years, California drivers need to stay in California lol Its bad here, but not cali bad in my opinion.
You can't go off the license plates as most of the rental cars in Vegas have California or Nevada plates. So, a large number of bad drivers in Vegas are tourists who have no idea where they're going or how to get around.
That’s a fair point. I lived in a suburb in California so I have a bit of a warped perception since there aren’t many tourists in my area
Considering how much constructions always going on here, even us locals have no idea of the same thing a lot of the the time
You should have to prove you worth in a driving test ever 5 years after 50. @ me
You must be a youngster if you think 50 is old. I’ll agree to your statement for older drivers. Perhaps over 70. But 50? Nah, they’ll be some of the better drivers around….
Im 26, im half that age. I do think its younger than problems begin; but thats the point.
The Chevy took more damage than the Toyota did lol
Those Chevys do terrible seen a handful of wheels separating from the rest of the vehicle just manuvering in parking lots
Was the lane on the left ending?
No. It keep going and eventually ends up at a stoplight.
Cool! I couldn't tell
Was she trying to turn to an invisible left turn ? Because she clearly wasn’t trying to switch lanes
Yeah... If she was trying to switch lanes, she had a death wish
Tahoe hit payday, red car, idc who was driving, get fked.
those billboards are so interesting
that 'girls night outback' fucked her up lol
That lightpole saved the Tahoe from flipping if you pay close attention. Someone take away grandmas keys forever. Glad everyone alright
But yet even though the elderly are as dangerous as a drunken driver, we refuse to do annual tests for them in spite of the fact that it could save lives. My theory is this is because most of the people making the laws are old enough that they would be included in this group.
You’re thinking too small. If you take people off of the road then you’re removing revenue from the state and local governments along from other places such as insurance companies and repair shops.
I'll bet it's 120°
I see so many drive turning from a middle lane. How did these people pass their driving test?
That’s right by the airport, isn’t it?
Oh Wow!.... 25 years of EDC. That's impressive
Driving in Vegas is crazy.
Now imagine having to work in the middle lane of that road with only a work truck with flashing amber lights and about a dozen cones behind the truck to "protect" you. That was a sketchy day.
Stupid old people need to stay the fuck off the road
Hey, on the bright side, you have a great view of that ad for EDC’s 25th anniversary! Maybe Grandma just needs some ecstasy and wanted to check the dates?
I remember driving out of Vegas, back to LA, it was like 11AM, traffic was bumper to bumper and this one dude must have still been inebriated from the night before and was just scraping his car along the freeway concrete barrier over and over again. Yikes.
Just for future reference, dont stop in the middle of the road because theres an accident. You're creating another unecessary hazard by doing that. Move to the side of the road if you're going to stop.
Can you blame her? She saw the girl's night outback sign and made the next left at all cost!!
As soon as i saw a David Copperfield i knew it was over
Driving on America looks so cool with all the billboards and palm trees and that
David Copperfield working that magic.
I was just there this past Wednesday through Friday and it’s probably the heat that’s causing all the crazy.
Take their license away for the rest of their life
Looks like David Copperfield had a hand in this.
They tried to help by honking....kind
Checkout the EDC billboard, that's cool.
this is why the knights will lose to the habs
Ha ha ha ha. No. Because they don’t know how to handle us is why we will dominate. Go Knights Go. Fuck the habs
Whoo vegas!!! That's why our insurance is so damn high here cuz everyone drives like a maniac. Saw a Ford focus do a 50-50 on a road divider once lmao 😆
She’s practicing her PIT moves.
But, but, My *EXIT*!!
You can not trust mirrors for their blind spot, really need to look back over your shoulder.
That said... where was she even going???
Unfortunately this surprises me exactly 0%. I drive that same stretch a bit and I’m pretty sure every time I drive it there is something dumb like this that is seconds away from occurring
Unfortunately this surprises me exactly 0%. I drive that same stretch a bit and I’m pretty sure every time I drive it there is something dumb like this that is seconds away from occurring
Watch as I make your driver's license... DISAPPEAR!
Not surprised to see this is Las Vegas. Motherfuckers can’t drive here for some reason.
Ahh yes Las Vegas driver made to /r/IdiotsInCars again I see.
GTA-V AI be like:
She was just trying to get to those sexy dudes on the billboard. Don’t wanna miss that turn.
David Copperfield made it disappear!
“But I signaled….”
Her plate said “YAA”
That Camry was probably in really good condition too
Toyota driver, nuff said.
She was probably like “I put my blinker on sonny!”
David Copperfield is still doing stuff???
The Toyota took that hit like a champ!
Left turn not from the left hand lane? That's an asshole move...
Old people endangering lives everyday being allowed to drive
Grandma was distracted by Girls Night at Outback.
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