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GetGo Mazda 3 driver e-brakes to avoid t-boning a taxi, only to let go of the brakes and hits the same taxi 🤦🏻‍♂️

GetGo Mazda 3 driver e-brakes to avoid t-boning a taxi, only to let go of the brakes and hits the same taxi 🤦🏻‍♂️

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Car sharing drivers have developed quite a bad reputation for their atrocious driving over the years. 

If you're wondering how bad they are right now, look no further.

Here's a video that will make you facepalm yourself:

What Happened?

After failing to come to a complete stop at a stop-line, a GetGo Mazda 3 abruptly performed an e-brake to avoid t-boning a taxi. 

For some reason (most likely to give the Mazda 3 driver a death stare), the taxi stopped just in front of the Mazda 3.

At this point, the Mazda 3 somehow gently rolls forward and collides with the side of the taxi.

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I am not sure about you, but this deserves a good facepalm moment.

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This incident serves as a prime example of the poor driving skills that the majority of car sharing drivers possess.

Netizens' Comments

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MMMM.....

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👁️👄👁️

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Personally, I tend to avoid being around these cars.

 

 

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The taxi driver clever. He waited for his 2nd chances to get hit again. And to claim for free holiday. 🥳

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2 hours ago, Xtrah said:

The taxi driver clever. He waited for his 2nd chances to get hit again. And to claim for free holiday. 🥳

This accident is actually pretty ridiculous😆

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I think the driver is not familiar with the car's stop/start system. Mazda calls it what? istop? The driver brake hard initially which deactivated the engine, thought engine stalled and let go of the brakes only to have the engine kick back on and rolled forward.

Either driver is a noob or too long never drive. Dunno how the system work. First time user.

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48 minutes ago, Watwheels said:

I think the driver is not familiar with the car's stop/start system. Mazda calls it what? istop? The driver brake hard initially which deactivated the engine, thought engine stalled and let go of the brakes only to have the engine kick back on and rolled forward.

Either driver is a noob or too long never drive. Dunno how the system work. First time user.

That's another possibility!

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On 08/05/2022 at 11:34, Watwheels said:

I think the driver is not familiar with the car's stop/start system. Mazda calls it what? istop? The driver brake hard initially which deactivated the engine, thought engine stalled and let go of the brakes only to have the engine kick back on and rolled forward.

Either driver is a noob or too long never drive. Dunno how the system work. First time user.

I think that driver might have mistakenly thought that when i-stop engaged means the car also engaged auto brake-hold at the same time but sadly this model doesn't have auto brake-hold since it does not have EPB.

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On 5/7/2022 at 12:08 PM, Xtrah said:

The taxi driver clever. He waited for his 2nd chances to get hit again. And to claim for free holiday. 🥳

Exactly my thoughts. The cabbie knew full well what he was doing. 😂

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