& # 39; Arrogant & # 39; 4×4 driver & # 39; lied to insurance company because he blamed a crash on another driver & # 39;

& # 39; Arrogant & # 39; 4×4 driver & # 39; driver who went back in another car, lied to insurance company to come out despite dashcam footage showing he was in the wrong position

  • A driver who is reversed in another car is & # 39; arrogant & # 39; branded
  • The victim told the driver that he had made cam recordings to prove who the culprit was
  • The driver ignored the warnings and said the other motorist was the culprit
  • But with online shared material you can clearly see how the driver is reversing in the car

A driver who has turned into another car and is causing an accident is & # 39; arrogant & # 39; branded after he allegedly lied to insurers in an attempt not to pay anymore.

The victim, Barry, told the driver of the black 4WD on three different occasions that he had caught the entire incident on dash cam images.

But Barry told Dash Cam Owners Australia that the driver chose to ignore the warnings and lie to insurers.

& # 39; He tried to tell the insurance company that I would catch up with him later on the road despite telling him three times that I had a dash cam, & # 39; he said.

In the footage, the driver of the outage turned an intersection onto a road in Queensland

In the footage, the driver of the outage turned an intersection onto a road in Queensland.

He was followed almost immediately by Barry.

But at the time when it was Barry's turn, the front driver put his car back and broke right into the car of the owner of the dashcam.

When the images were shared, social media users responded quickly to the secretive tactics of the driver – and he told Barry that he was lucky to have the evidence.

& # 39; God, I hate people who lie, & # 39; a woman said. & # 39; We all make mistakes. Owning. & # 39;

& # 39; If you were not lucky with a dash cam, he explained that he was deteriorating. Without the cam car behind it always being in the wrong, & # 39; another added.

& # 39; The camera has definitely saved them. In essence, the underlying car may seem wrong, but you should not immediately accept debt. Leave it to the experts to determine. & # 39;

Others pointed out that while the driver had made a mistake, the owner of the dashboard camera might be too close to begin with.

& # 39; He has an error … but it looks like you are walking through the intersection. & # 39;

But when it was Barry's turn, the front driver put his car in reverse and immediately broke into the car of the owner of the dashcam.

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