The moment the driver enters the left lane, but changes his mind and goes straight into oncoming traffic
As soon as the driver enters the left-hand lane, he changes his mind and drives straight on oncoming traffic
- The shocking driving was captured in dashcam footage in Palestine, Texas
- A driver behind him said “what in the world” after seeing the dangerous driving
- Dashcam footage taken on Sunday at 5:31 pm caused the driver to avoid a crash
A driver was caught driving on the wrong side of the road accidentally driving into a lane at traffic lights.
Dashcam footage taken in Palestine, Texas on Sunday night at 5:31 PM shows the driver getting caught in two thoughts before driving into oncoming traffic.
Fortunately, the shocking driving did not cause a crash, but rather shocked the driver behind him, who said ‘what in the world’.
A driver is driving on the wrong side of the road after accidentally driving into a turn lane at 5.31 p.m. on a Sunday evening, a traffic light in Palestine, Texas
The driver in a black car drives into the lane and brakes while the car slows down before making a turn
In the video, the video maker slows as they approach a white pickup at a traffic light.
A driver in a black car drives into the lane and brakes while the car slows down before making a turn.
While the video maker continues to drive when the lights change, the black car drives left without turning.
He approaches a car in the corner lane on the other side of the road and overtakes it by driving further into the wrong side of the road before entering the right-hand lane again.
When the lights change, the black car continues to drive to the left straight ahead without turning off before drifting further down the wrong side of the road to avoid a black Mercedes in the corner before the corner
The video maker said: ‘Dashcam video I recorded on my Roav S1 Dashcam on July 12, 2020.
“A car for me uses the turn lane in a unique way and knows how to get away with it.”
The footage comes after the Texas governor has warned that he will be able to re-imprison the state if no attention is paid to coronavirus prevention measures last Friday.
Greg Abbott, the governor of Texas, warned on Friday of a possible second shutdown in the state
“It is going to get worse, and let me explain why,” Greg Abbott told KLBK TV in Lubbock.
“The deaths that we announced today and yesterday – which are now over 100 – are people who probably contracted COVID-19 at the end of May.
“The worst is yet to come as we work our way through that massive surge in people who test positive.”