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BlueSG driver fails to keep in lane while making a turn and hits cam car. Gets branded as a 'nbcb'

BlueSG driver fails to keep in lane while making a turn and hits cam car. Gets branded as a 'nbcb'

thatJDMahboy

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What is one similarity do drivers in Singapore have in common?

They tend to stay clear of car-sharing vehicles due to the atrocious driving associated with these drivers.

However, one particular driver decided to brave the storm and negotiate a turn with a Bluesg driver.

Watch how it turned out:

What Happened?

A cam car driver on lane 2 negotiated a right turn together with a Bluesg driver travelling on lane 1.

As both cars were about to complete the turn, the Bluesg driver collided with the cam car driver.

Needless to say, the collision drew the golden standard of reaction from the cam car driver - a frustrated groan of "nbcb..know how to drive one or not? [email protected] ch$$bye!".

Moments later, the cam car pulled along the left side of the road in the hope that the Bluesg driver would do the same to settle the accident.

But to his surprise, the Bluesg driver continued rolling away in his tiny electric car at an exceptionally slow pace.

Whether the hit and run were intentional or not, I got to say this has got to be the slowest hit and run I have ever seen.

But wait...

As it turns out, things are not what they seem to be.

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A sharp-eyed netizen pointed out how both cars were at fault for this accident as they did not keep to their lanes while negotiating the turn. 

Seems like the cam car driver was equally as liable as the Bluesg driver, afterall!

Netizens' Comments

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I can't deny that🙃

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Take precaution and avoid driving next to them👌

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Unfortunately, too brave for his own good.

 

 

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bluesg car is for those who have not actually driven a car since the day they got the driving license. They are being used as a practice car and of course, rubbish dump.... 🤣

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bluesg car is for those who have not actually driven a car since the day they got the driving license. They are being used as a practice car and of course, rubbish dump.... 🤣

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37 minutes ago, mikk123 said:

bluesg car is for those who have not actually driven a car since the day they got the driving license. They are being used as a practice car and of course, rubbish dump.... 🤣

Unfortunately, its not only BlueSG cars that are being used this way🤭

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Luckily both fellows not turning with a bus :grin:

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