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2012-01-29 09:18:43 AM  
PWNED
 
2012-01-29 09:35:06 AM  
How else am I supposed to get to work when i leave 15 minutes late and you asshole stay in the passing lane!

Oh...

Leave earlier?

Good point.
 
2012-01-29 09:37:24 AM  
awww, i was hoping it was an asshole on a motorcycle. first goddamned spring day here, every moron on a ninja takes it out and decides to drive 130 mph on the motorway, zipping in and out of traffic. often there's two of 'em chasing each other. grrr....
 
2012-01-29 10:05:36 AM  
Too bad the guy on the right swerved and gave him room, a couple of feet more to the left would have been way better.
 
2012-01-29 10:10:27 AM  
That was spectacularly unspectacular. Meh.
 
2012-01-29 10:12:11 AM  
meh. asshole gets his comeuppance. happens all the time.
 
2012-01-29 10:14:56 AM  

nekom: meh. asshole gets his comeuppance. happens all the time.


Last week, some chick nearly ran me off the road trying to merge at the last second at an exit. Not ten minutes later I drive by her car smashed into someone in the passing lane. Good times.
 
2012-01-29 10:19:18 AM  
That video made me anxious after about 30 seconds and I shut it off.

:(
 
2012-01-29 10:20:30 AM  
Here's the thing I don't get about weavers.

First, very rarely do you end up like this video where all the traffic on that road is spaced out enough so that he can just keep weaving in and out and actually seem to make up time. Generally you can do it just enough to get to the front and then you just join the group of tailgaters at the front of the traffic pack.

Second, it seems like an incredibly stressed out way to drive. You have to be on your toes the entire time, edge of your seat looking for openings. Seems like leaving a little bit earlier or leaving a little bit later and simply taking a more relaxed approach would serve you better. The same thing for tailgaters. That 8 feet of time you are saving riding my ass isn't gonna get you to work any faster then if you just keep the proper distance from me. It will though, give you a heart attack when you realize I have to slow suddenly.

Not a cool story.
Jerk off riding my ass when I was heading home one day. The road is a two lane affair that gets a little busy during rush hour. Lots of blind turns on the road. Speed limit is 40mph, but most people seem to do 50 or more. I was doing 45mph because I hate that road and it's about as fast as I feel comfortable with. Guy behind me in a F150 didn't feel that was fast enough. Rode my ass, literally inches from my bumper until he finally tried hauling ass around me....right into the path of a garbage truck heading the other way. Driver of the F150 was killed. Still feel sorry for hims family, but have trouble drumming up sympathy for him.
 
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2012-01-29 10:22:45 AM  
Once I passed a high speed weaver pulled over by a state trooper a few minutes later.

Ironically, in some jurisdictions you're better off being pulled over for crazy driving than simply driving 70 in a 55 zone. Criminal charges move you from traffic court into real court. Faced with a heavy caseload and rules giving defendants rights, prosecutors are inclined to plea bargain. I've heard of 100+ on the shoulder plus eluding police turning into a parking ticket. High speed chase with marijuana and resisting arrest turning into diversion with no record. In traffic court both would be guilty verdicts with license suspension.
 
2012-01-29 10:32:30 AM  
Much deserved.
 
2012-01-29 10:43:22 AM  
That was less than spectacular. What kills me is that he thought to film himself weaving in and out of traffic in the first place...
 
2012-01-29 10:56:24 AM  
Why is it that these sites insist on loading the full video, when only 15 seconds or 30 seconds is all that's necessary? Show me from 10 or 15 seconds before the carnage. More than that is just a waste of bandwidth.
 
2012-01-29 12:04:28 PM  
Who are all of these people with dash cams in Europe and Russia? Does LiveLeak just install them for free?
 
2012-01-29 01:00:38 PM  
I want my 2 minutes and 14 seconds back.
 
2012-01-29 02:02:43 PM  
Proof that the vehicles going too slow are more dangerous than the vehicles going too fast.
 
2012-01-29 02:03:30 PM  

Bunnyhat: Here's the thing I don't get about weavers.
Guy behind me in a F150 didn't feel that was fast enough. Rode my ass, literally inches from my bumper until he finally tried hauling ass around me....right into the path of a garbage truck heading the other way.



From my experience pickup truck drivers are some of the worst offenders out there. Many seem to want to prove to everyone else their large vehicle can go just as fast as smaller ones. They're also incredibly aggressive around bikers as they seem to feel the need to rev their engine and pass as close to you as possible.
 
2012-01-29 02:14:46 PM  

thismomentinblackhistory: Who are all of these people with dash cams in Europe and Russia? Does LiveLeak just install them for free?


For insurance claims. But this turd didn't plan it out too well this tie as I'm sure it was used against him.
 
2012-01-29 02:17:31 PM  
That wasn't nearly as eventful as it could have been, but at least no one got hurt. I'm guessing it was mostly cosmetic damage.
 
2012-01-29 02:22:31 PM  
Overdriving your reaction time is driving out of control.

I wonder why he put it online? I would have hit that memory card with a hammer.

/All new cars should come equipped with dash cams. We'd get a great deterrent effect of everybody on the road knowing they're being recorded by everybody on the road.

//play nice, kids.
 
2012-01-29 02:22:39 PM  
Hey Mr. No-time-to-drive-safely: maybe you're not the only one who has somewhere to be. Any chance you could get your car out of the road before inspecting the natural result of your idiocy?
 
2012-01-29 02:27:59 PM  
That guy is a p***y. I once saw a guy in Montreal driving the exact same way in a snow storm. Execpt he hit the guardrail, did a complete 360 and kept on goin'.

/csb!
 
2012-01-29 02:29:04 PM  

thismomentinblackhistory: Who are all of these people with dash cams in Europe and Russia? Does LiveLeak just install them for free?


Hell, there is an entire domain of it now...

Don't spend all day there.. I have (new window)
 
2012-01-29 02:30:33 PM  

snowjack: Hey Mr. No-time-to-drive-safely: maybe you're not the only one who has somewhere to be. Any chance you could get your car out of the road before inspecting the natural result of your idiocy?


I was really hoping that the brush with that service truck was just a prelude to the real impact when some other weaver comes up behind him and creams his car, thus taking out not one but two asshats.
 
2012-01-29 02:31:41 PM  
You know how I can tell he's a really good driver? He stops the fast lane because he ruffled a fender. Pro.
 
2012-01-29 02:34:01 PM  
I watched the whole thing believing the setup would lead to a spectacular crash.

Like this. (new window) WARNING: Violent wreck, driver ejected.
 
2012-01-29 02:35:29 PM  
Or this. (new window)
 
2012-01-29 02:36:16 PM  

FlashHarry: awww, i was hoping it was an asshole on a motorcycle. first goddamned spring day here, every moron on a ninja takes it out and decides to drive 130 mph on the motorway, zipping in and out of traffic. often there's two of 'em chasing each other. grrr....


Like this one?
This biker comes up fast behind a minivan that is turning left and overtakes on the left, as the van is indicating left....
It looms like the van driver saw the biker about to pass on the left and stopped so the bike would not smash into the side of him.
Yet the biker has the nerve to post the video about the "idiot driver"!

(BTW, a left turn over solid twin yellow lines is totally legal, so the car wasn't breaking the law. The biker overtaking over double yellow was totally breaking the law.)
 
2012-01-29 02:37:37 PM  
Hm. A fender bender. Wow.
 
2012-01-29 02:37:51 PM  

MoronLessOff: Or this. (new window)


Better footage of the same. (new window) Slo-mo, interviews, post wreck footage.
 
2012-01-29 03:00:11 PM  
The thing I like most about that video is that it wasn't I that he hit.
 
2012-01-29 03:15:02 PM  

MoronLessOff: MoronLessOff: Or this. (new window)

Better footage of the same. (new window) Slo-mo, interviews, post wreck footage.


Funny start to the interview. "You know, you see it on TV..." What is he watching, transformers?
 
2012-01-29 03:21:34 PM  

D-D-D-Dave: MoronLessOff: MoronLessOff: Or this. (new window)

Better footage of the same. (new window) Slo-mo, interviews, post wreck footage.

Funny start to the interview. "You know, you see it on TV..." What is he watching, transformers?


Well, I sure saw that car transform.
 
2012-01-29 03:30:28 PM  
I like the fact that the dick posted the video in the first place. Must think it's the truck drivers fault he hit him.
 
2012-01-29 03:34:42 PM  
Bunnyhat
Not a cool story.
Jerk off riding my ass when I was heading home one day. The road is a two lane affair that gets a little busy during rush hour. Lots of blind turns on the road. Speed limit is 40mph, but most people seem to do 50 or more. I was doing 45mph because I hate that road and it's about as fast as I feel comfortable with. Guy behind me in a F150 didn't feel that was fast enough. Rode my ass, literally inches from my bumper until he finally tried hauling ass around me....right into the path of a garbage truck heading the other way. Driver of the F150 was killed. Still feel sorry for hims family, but have trouble drumming up sympathy for him.


Got what was coming to him. Tailgate my ass? You'll be buying me a new car and paying hospital bills for a long time. Then, I'll sue your ass again if I can.
 
2012-01-29 03:38:31 PM  
Honestly, people who go slow in the passing lane piss me of substantially more than these people.
 
2012-01-29 03:43:39 PM  
I always drive like this -- in video games. But in real life this sort of thing has consequences.
 
2012-01-29 03:45:06 PM  
My takeaway

Freeways in Russia look an awful lot like the 5, 10, and 60 through LA over to the Orange Curtain.
 
2012-01-29 03:45:55 PM  
When I was 18 or so I was driving to Charleston SC on 26. Must of been 6-7 AM, had driven all night, and people were just farkin flying down that road. I was doing 90 or so in the slow lane, people flying past me on the left like nobodys business. I decided, fark it, waited for an opening and gunned it into the fast lane. I topped out at 105 and people were still riding my ass. I just got back in the slow lane and went back down to 90. Didn't see a single cop all the way from Columbia to Charleston.

Hell, people don't even go that fast when they're leaving Detroit.
 
2012-01-29 03:54:27 PM  

Scruffinator: When I was 18 or so I was driving to Charleston SC on 26. Must of been 6-7 AM, had driven all night, and people were just farkin flying down that road. I was doing 90 or so in the slow lane, people flying past me on the left like nobodys business. I decided, fark it, waited for an opening and gunned it into the fast lane. I topped out at 105 and people were still riding my ass. I just got back in the slow lane and went back down to 90. Didn't see a single cop all the way from Columbia to Charleston.

Hell, people don't even go that fast when they're leaving Detroit.


Boston area felt the same way. Not at the same speeds necessarily, but same level of craziness. Lord help you if you didn't floor it the second the light turned green and you were at the front of the line.
 
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2012-01-29 04:04:03 PM  
Most of those gaps he cut into were big. I see worse every week.

DrippinBalls: Tailgate my ass? You'll be buying me a new car and paying hospital bills for a long time. Then, I'll sue your ass again if I can.

I have an insurance company to deal with drivers like you. Have your adjuster talk to mine. I don't care what the result is. None of it is coming out of my pocket.
 
2012-01-29 04:12:58 PM  
ZAZ
DrippinBalls: Tailgate my ass? You'll be buying me a new car and paying hospital bills for a long time. Then, I'll sue your ass again if I can.

I have an insurance company to deal with drivers like you. Have your adjuster talk to mine. I don't care what the result is. None of it is coming out of my pocket.


And I have attorneys to deal with drivers like you. And they collect. Oh, and if you caused it, your pocket will pay. Promise.
 
Azz
2012-01-29 04:13:10 PM  

InferiousX: Scruffinator: When I was 18 or so I was driving to Charleston SC on 26. Must of been 6-7 AM, had driven all night, and people were just farkin flying down that road. I was doing 90 or so in the slow lane, people flying past me on the left like nobodys business. I decided, fark it, waited for an opening and gunned it into the fast lane. I topped out at 105 and people were still riding my ass. I just got back in the slow lane and went back down to 90. Didn't see a single cop all the way from Columbia to Charleston.

Hell, people don't even go that fast when they're leaving Detroit.

Boston area felt the same way. Not at the same speeds necessarily, but same level of craziness. Lord help you if you didn't floor it the second the light turned green and you were at the front of the line.


I've found that Boston area drivers are not as bad as drivers in the tri-state area. Drivers in and around NYC and northern NJ all seem like they need to get laid or smoke a fat one
 
2012-01-29 04:13:16 PM  
I always notice when a moron makes a dangerous/stupid/dipshiat move, that they've done it before. How do I know? Because they have damage in the exact spot where they'd be hit if they did said move. The idiot that jets out of the gas station 10 feet in front of you, of course he has his right front end smashed. The guy who constantly brakes for no reason, nice crackled bumper/ door (if it's more than likely an SUV/Caravan). Never fails.
 
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2012-01-29 04:34:33 PM  
DrippinBalls

Spare me the Internet Tough Guy act. I don't believe you. I don't believe you're going to slam on the brakes to try to cause a crash. If you do, I don't believe you'll succeed in doing anything beyond smashing some bumpers. If you succeed in hurting yourself I don't believe your vengeance by lawyer will materialize.

I'm like the vast majority of drivers -- I don't worry about lawyers while driving. Like many drivers, perhaps not the majority, I don't need to worry about lawyers because my insurance is adequate relative to my assets. If a jury would be likely to find me liable for a serious accident, your lawyer will charge you 30% to recommend you take the settlement offer from my insurance company. If you decline your lawyer is probably going to become your ex-lawyer. Lawyers don't like clients who mess up the case for emotional reasons.
 
2012-01-29 04:37:27 PM  
Why no mention of drivers that intentionally piss off traffic behind them. Like one time I came up behind a person doing 25 in a 45, tailgated them, and they slammed on their brakes, trying to get me to hit them. Sometimes tailgating is deserved for farks sake!!!
 
2012-01-29 04:38:41 PM  

DrippinBalls: No, dorksucker, I've been rear-ended 3 times, twice with injuries.


ZAZ: Spare me the Internet Tough Guy act. I don't believe you.


If this were true, I'd be suprised if it wasn't investigated for fraud.
 
2012-01-29 04:38:42 PM  
ZAZ
DrippinBalls

Spare me the Internet Tough Guy act. I don't believe you. I don't believe you're going to slam on the brakes to try to cause a crash. If you do, I don't believe you'll succeed in doing anything beyond smashing some bumpers. If you succeed in hurting yourself I don't believe your vengeance by lawyer will materialize.

I'm like the vast majority of drivers -- I don't worry about lawyers while driving. Like many drivers, perhaps not the majority, I don't need to worry about lawyers because my insurance is adequate relative to my assets. If a jury would be likely to find me liable for a serious accident, your lawyer will charge you 30% to recommend you take the settlement offer from my insurance company. If you decline your lawyer is probably going to become your ex-lawyer. Lawyers don't like clients who mess up the case for emotional reasons.


No, moron, my message was tailgate & if I have to make a sudden stop and you rear end me, you lose. As an idiot, I didn't think you'd figure that out. The lawyers I've used love going after turds like you. Had 3 serious collisions, collect very good dollars on all. Due to the stupidity behind me. Quit your trolling.
 
2012-01-29 04:40:45 PM  
MoronLessOff

DrippinBalls: No, dorksucker, I've been rear-ended 3 times, twice with injuries.

ZAZ: Spare me the Internet Tough Guy act. I don't believe you.

If this were true, I'd be suprised if it wasn't investigated for fraud.


How would it be fraud? I was driving in the slow lane, at the speed limit and get blasted in the ass? That sounds like fraud to you. Oh, BTW, Atlanta, does that tell you anything?
 
2012-01-29 04:46:06 PM  

DrippinBalls: How would it be fraud?


Getting rear ended 3 times resulting in a settlement in your favor would be suspicious to any insurance company.

DrippinBalls: Oh, BTW, Atlanta, does that tell you anything?


Nope.
 
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