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Dashcam driver collides with two merging cars is slammed by road users on social media

Dashcam driver gets knocked out when she overdoes herself by sharing TWO highly avoidable merge mistakes that both end up in completely unnecessary collisions

  • A dashcam owner has been criticized by road users for her driving
  • The woman has uploaded footage of her crashes into two merging sedans
  • She was criticized for her lack of ‘patience’ and ‘courtesy’ to the other drivers

A motorist who collided with two cars at different times but under almost exactly the same conditions has been criticized by fellow road users for her lack of ‘courtesy’ and ‘patience’.

The woman posted dashcam footage of two avoidable instances where a car trying to merge into her vehicle collided with her.

The clips were later shared by the popular Dash Cam Owners Australia Facebook page.

An 'impatient' driver with dashcam has been slammed by fellow road users for hitting two cars in two avoidable cases

An ‘impatient’ driver with dashcam has been slammed by fellow road users for hitting two cars in two avoidable cases

In the first video, the driver pulled into the right lane behind an ambulance on a two-lane road in the Victorian town of Glenroy.

A car parked in the left lane forces another vehicle in front of the woman to merge into the right lane.

The two cars collided after the woman accelerated and pressed her horn to prevent the driver from inserting.

“Oh, you fucking idiot. Really?’ you hear them say.

In the second video, the same woman can be seen in the left lane of a highway.

She accelerates next to a white sedan moving in the right lane.

The sedan points to the left and attempts to enter the woman’s lane, hitting the bullbar at the front of her vehicle.

“Oh wow, you fucking idiot,” she yelled at the driver before slapping him for supposedly looking at their phone.

In the second clip, the woman is hit by another merging sedan on a highway.  The sedan bumps into its bullbar.

In the second clip, the woman is hit by another merging sedan on a highway. The sedan bumps into its bullbar.

The woman’s driving was heavily scrutinized in the comment section of the Dash Cam Owners Australia post.

opinion poll

Do you think the dashcam driver was wrong?

  • Yes 9 votes
  • no 4 votes
  • Yes in the first video, but no in the second 2 votes
  • No in the first video, but in the second 0 votes

Someone wrote, “Maybe just maybe the DC driver can use the brakes instead of the horn, since this has happened to you twice already.”

“Luckily you have a big bullbar so you can absolutely refuse to give space to other cars on the road,” wrote a second.

“Courtesy and patience is cheaper than bumping into someone,” commented another.

“Both completely predictable and avoidable.”

A fourth added: ‘Deliberate accidents and all protected by a bullbar. Didn’t have the courtesy to let the first driver in; and sat in the second driver’s blind spot for far too long.’

A road user claimed the woman was “raising insurance premiums” because of the type of driving she exhibited.

‘DC driver is an absolute flog. The first could have been EASILY avoided!’ said another.

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