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P-Plate VW Passat driver flexes lousy driving skills for the world to see

P-Plate VW Passat driver flexes lousy driving skills for the world to see

jameskarlchan

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TL;DR – VW Passat P-plate driver gets mad when he gets honked at for not stopping at the stop sign. Goes all aggro on cam car in front (with high beam and unnecessary lane cutting).

 

Question: What’s worse than a P-Plater who doesn’t know how to stop at a stop sign?

Answer: An angry P-plater who doesn’t know how to stop at the stop sign.

 

What did you learn at driving school?

I don’t know about you, but when I was learning how to drive, I’m pretty sure failing to stop at a stop sign was an immediate failure.

Then we have this Passat driver, fresh out of driving school with his p-plates, not applying what he learnt less than 12 months ago.

Here’s the video

Wow, the audacity of this one

Cam car gives a warning honk to the P-plater to avoid a collision. But that doesn’t sit well with the P-Plater. He proceeds to tailgate and highbeam the cam car in an aggressive manner.

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If you thought that was all, towards the end of the video, P-plater swerves out of the lane, speeds up and cuts into cam car’s path like a maniac.

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Am confused

What confuses me the most is that P-plater swerves back to the right lane after all that recklessness. Making him look like not just a prick, but a real noob-#$%^ driver.

Loving the comments

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Lots of wise words from wise people.

I really hope the TP sees this video and nabs this guy.

 



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Many young men have too much pride and ego, esp when galfriend is sitting beside.. Once they start paying the consequences for accidents, by middle-age, most start to drive like tortoise

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TP can take away his 12 points and his driving license and he can start learning to drive all over again. Totally absurd, he is in the wrong for not stopping and could have caused a collision, yet doesn't feel any remorseful about his wrong. What an idiot. A total idiot as he had shown.

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TP, as the MATTER of FACTS, the Whole POLICE FORCE have been sleeping on the JOB for the LAST 200 YEARS !!

Where were they in 2013 when Rioters ramp through Little India ?

What ABOUT THE RECENT CASE in Chinatown ?  The WORST, STATE MEDIA even GLORIFIED that RECKLESS DRIVER ....... LUCKILY, HE IS BURNED to DEATH !!

 

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