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🤦‍♂️ Haiyah. How can this driver reverse in such situation?

🤦‍♂️ Haiyah. How can this driver reverse in such situation?

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Hello nieces and nephews, Uncle Koba here! 🤡

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With the great success of my brother Uncle Roger talking about egg fried rice, which you can check out if you have never watched before. I will be regularly sharing funny and stupid clips regarding our local motorists who cannot drive or don't deserve to drive. I look exactly like my brother, uncle Roger, so these are my memes. Okay. let's begin todays video.

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Today we have a Mercedes-Benz GLA 180 in silver reversing just because he was on the wrong lane.

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Wrong lah, wrong lane lah. Singapore how big? If you miss this junction, there is an 86.43% chance that the next junction can do U-turn and go back where you want to go. Singapore government spend so much money on our road, so many scholars, you stupid never mind, can just follow what the scholar has told you.  

They have so many road signs for you to follow. Why you never follow?

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*Sorry, not the best illustration. (But this is funny 😂)

I am very surprised that this Mercedes driver managed to pull this stunt without any disturbance or obstruction given that he made the manoeuvre in a four lane road. (I think is at Chinatown). 

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Okay. for this, I give it to him.

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This video was found on My Grandfather's Road, I must give them 110 points for post-editing effect. I like the voiceover part. If you guys want to watch can watch here. 😂

 

Okay, end of my blog. For more entertaining accident/incident you all can share, comment or contribute at Singapore reckless drivers thread

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Looks like the junction near the Tiong Bahru Market. Maybe not familiar with the roads there. First timers using the junction could get easily confused. It's a really odd junction. Plus there are some mrt works going on, the shields and barriers block out the usual building and features in that area. 

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