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Honda Fit turned into a meme after unnecessarily reversing on busy Braddell Road

Honda Fit turned into a meme after unnecessarily reversing on busy Braddell Road

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A driver was caught reversing dangerously along Braddell Road with a moderate amount of traffic. It's insane! I know! 

The incident took place yesterday (July 6) at 3pm (which is around the time when traffic starts to pick up at that area). 

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A red Honda Fit having missed the initial exit leading towards Lorong Chuan/CTE(SLE) along Braddell Road (see map to see where we think this happened), stops in the middle of the road with total disregard of the motorist behind it.

As the video progresses, you realise that it's slowly reversing and stopping every few seconds to avoid crashing into other drivers. Even heavy vehicles had to stop and switch lanes when they noticed what the driver was doing.

Who is this mad driver?

According to eyewitnesses, the driver was a lady who appeared to be in a rush towards her destination. 

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This was incredibly hard to watch and it's a miracle that she managed to get away with it.

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Netizens’ reactions

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According to the Driver Improvement Points System (DIPS), reversing unnecessarily on roadways is a serious offence. If caught, the driver will be issued 6 demerit points and a composition fine of $200.

 

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Wow. can reverse almost 30-40m. Amazzzzzzing

 

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Wait the Beano come and whack LTA for bad road design.

Why must put the tooth picks on the Chevrons?

No tooth picks the Honda can just cut the Chevrons like they always do.

:D 

Obviously Honda is one of those

I must drive right lane when I want to go left

type of driver.

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😧😦😦

The driver could just cut across those bollards instead. They are flexible plastic tubings.

Stopping there was so dangerous already and could trigger accident. 

Reversing the car was even more inconsiderate.

😠😠😠

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Who was there at the right place and right time to capture this in all its glory?

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The driver is luckily not to have an accident. He should be heavily fined for this dangerous act. Missing a turn  just keep driving till the next U turn mah!

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Kudo’s to the Red truckers patience - it could have easily mowed  down her in a Fit of Rage 

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17 hours ago, Jamesc said:

Wait the Beano come and whack LTA for bad road design.

Why must put the tooth picks on the Chevrons?

No tooth picks the Honda can just cut the Chevrons like they always do.

:D 

Obviously Honda is one of those

I must drive right lane when I want to go left

type of driver.

Ya, LTA needs to be whacked for not making an escape route for these kayu drivers! :D

But this one really nothing to say..

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Wish I can reverse my life like that when necessary :grin:

Especially TOTO grand draw.

 

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