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Road-raging Mercedes S300L driver plays braking game after being horned

Road-raging Mercedes S300L driver plays braking game after being horned

unicornfloof

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Uncle, where is your mask?

On 24th May at 10:03 pm, a video was filmed of a camcar driver experiencing road rage after he had honked at a Mercedes S300L along Hougang Avenue 2. 

According to the camcar driver's statement, the Mercedes driver had cut into his lane aggressively while failing to signal, which led to the camcar driver hitting his horn to warn him.

Immediately after, the Mercedes vehicle remained in front of the camcar and was seen dangerously braking suddenly multiple times.

Additionally, once both vehicles reached a traffic junction, the Mercedes driver got out of his car and challenged the camcar driver by swearing and smashing his side window.

This traumatized the camcar driver, who endured the violent behavior before driving off once it is safe to do so. 

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With the recent implementation of stricter road rage measures in the Road Traffic Act, drivers who commit road rage will be disqualified from driving.

What are your thoughts on this incident? Was the camcar in the wrong for honking or was this all just a product of another entitled driver throwing a tantrum?



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nvm lah...he is rich. a fine is peanut to him. he will be happily on the road in no time...

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no signal for changing lane, yet show his displeasure by speeding up and stepping on brake to show his annoyance. Got money no need to be like that, just wave hand to say " Ps Ps " it is a merc owner way of saying, my mistake, that is so simple, just be nice, drive safe and always signal in advance.

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At the start of the video, the merc was already in the middle of 2 lanes, 1st sign of a fail driver. 

Then he changed lane when cam car was already alongside, clearly not enough space 

From start to end, it's TOTALLY the merc fault, and he dares to road rage?

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