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Honda Vezel driver blocks wheelchair user from using ramp

Honda Vezel driver blocks wheelchair user from using ramp

chitchatboy

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This Circuit Breaker sure has many people losing their temper after being cooped up at home.

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Check out this incident between a uncle in a wheelchair and another uncle in his Honda Vezel. 

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With both having ego issues and not willing to give in, the whole incident nearly blew out of control with the Vezel owner nearing injuring the senior on the wheelchair by driving into him.

Check out what the others have to say about this incident...

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Stupid wheelchair uncle shouted for what? He is putting himself in danger. The driver may be wrong in the first place, but he can rive off if requested. Small issue just give way will settle mah! No pity to the wheelchair person, not happy take a photo and send to HDB car park division lor!

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Which is worst?

Waiting at the Handicap lot or the ramp beside the handicap lot?

The driver suay lah.

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The wheelchair fella's major handicap seems to be psychological.

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Can only say he is lucky that I am not on the driving seat lor.

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If the maroon car driver did not park illegally and block the ramp, there will be no issues at all.  Was this the cause of the drama that followed?

As a driver, one should know this is a no parking nor waiting area.   Only if we can be more civic minded and spare a thought for others.   Agree that the wheelchair bound uncle was quite a handful too, but we are not in his position to understand his feelings and frustration of being handicap.

(For me, I) Try not to judge what is right of way or not, but try to think why such incidents happen in the first place.    If there is no cause, then where is the reaction and effect?

This CB period is really driving people nuts, so many videos on bad behavior and anti-social actions circulating nowadays, we are indeed in a crazy world.   Peace for all, please do not attack me.

 

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2 oldies also same lah. wheelcair bo se co

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