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Bentley slams into the rear of a Honda City, leaving many to speculate on just what the Honda driver was doing!

Bentley slams into the rear of a Honda City, leaving many to speculate on just what the Honda driver was doing!

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Some people don't deserve to drive. Watch the video below and see whether you agree with our harsh comment or not.

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Posted by My Grandfather's Road, another traffic-shaming facebook page, is this video of a Honda City that almost came to a complete stop while on the first lane of the ECP. 

It is unclear how long ago this accident happened as the in-car camera video dates the incident on the 27th of Dec 2019 but the post was published today, 22nd of July 2020.

We have no idea why the Honda driver attempted to slow down. Could it be that he or she realised that there is an exit and wanted to turn off at the last minute?

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Thank goodness for safety sensing features now cars have. 

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PHV got a new order... the driver slows down to check on the app and ready to u-turn lah...very common nowadays. 

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I'd be very pissed if I were the Bentley owner. Hopefully he can claim against the Honda driver with this video footage.

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Wonder why one would slam on the Bentley and make so much negatives about it when it is clearly the Honda's fault for slowing down and stop on the fast lane? Any car would just be unable to slow down in time and the consequences could have been much worse off.

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Keeping Safe distance is not only important for COVID, but also on the roads 🤐

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