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Audi A5 with a long list of traffic infringements finally gets a wrecking it deserves

Audi A5 with a long list of traffic infringements finally gets a wrecking it deserves

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Karma hits a reckless Audi A5 driver in the form of a car crash after causing a long list of various traffic infringements over the course of 5 days.

Timeline

Here's an official timeline of all of the incidents featured in the video compilation above. 

14th September 

We start off with the driver performing a reckless lane change along the expressway on the 14th. 

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The video shows the Audi zooming in from the left of the camcar, as the driver speeds up and places himself in the middle lane despite the car's presence.

17th September

The second incident features the same Audi performing another reckless lane change a few days later.

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Like the first time, the car zooms in from the motorcyclist's right and dangerously tailgates the car in front of it.

The motorcyclist shakes his head in disbelief as the driver quickly drifts into the middle lane.

18th September

On the day of the crash, the Audi driver performs a series of reckless driving stunts a few hours before.

At 1:05 p.m., the car is seen parked at the side of the road in front of a second vehicle after it had caused an accident. 

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A few minutes later, the driver performs a reckless lane change.  

The car almost hits the other drivers on the road as it quickly swerves from left to right and back.

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Finally, at 5:19 p.m., the Audi performs another reckless lane change on the expressway as it zooms past a silver car in the right lane.

The car suddenly switches into the middle lane, cutting in front of a large white bus before quickly switching back to the right.

However, the A5 driver fails to notice that there is already a parked car in the right lane from an earlier accident.

The driver causes a chain collision as he suddenly slows down, hitting the parked car in front of him and causing the silver car behind him to crash as well.

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Netizens' reactions

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Honestly, the Audi A5 driver got what he deserved. This just shows that no matter how great your car is, a reckless driver is never a safe driver.

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Incident on 18Sep21 was the straw that broke the camel's back.
Though not directly caused by the Audi as it seemed it was able to stop in time before the speedning Elantra plowed into it, some kind of racing action might have transpired to have instigated the Elantra into Daytona mode.

Now we have a scenario where an accident happened on a viaduct (in this case upper serangoon viaduct), the affected drivers can't so easily move off the viaduct or stand behind barriers like on E-way. Good thing no one was sandwiched or badly injured like the DUI accident on CTE few yrs back which almost wiped out a family leaving only 1 survivor.

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All these drivers, like the one in the Stream cutting in and out. It is just a matter of time only. If the law won't get, karma will.

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