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Motorcycle driver takes ridiculous risk at high speed53s

Motorcycle driver takes ridiculous risk at high speed

Motorcycle drivers are usually aware that they are vulnerable as they travel on a highway. They need heightened reflexes and increased skill to compensate for the lack of protection that motorcycles provide. They know that even light contact with another vehicle will result in a loss of control and serious injury or death. They are also aware that they are not as visible and they are more vulnerable to the consequences of other drivers' errors. Any responsible motorcyclist will tell you that they are always on edge and always allowing more room for error from those around them. But not all motorcyslists understand or fully appreciate how easy it is to be a statistic. We have all witnessed those few who rocket down the highway at incredibly unsafe speeds, or those who weave in an out of traffic, relying on others to brake. And many of us have been startled by the sound of a loud motorcycle that approached so fast that it seemed to appear out of nowhere. This footage was captured by a motorist who is in the left lane of a four lane, divided highway. The speed limit is 90km/h, or 55mph. The truck on the right is actually traveling slightly faster at 105km/h (67mph) and he is braking occasionally because of the decline. The car in front of the camera has moved into the left lane to pass the truck. The driver in the camera car has checked his rear view mirror to see a fast approaching motorcycle. It looks as if he is traveling at roughly 100mph, almost double the speed limit and he catches up so quickly that the driver is actually not sure if the motorcycle will be able to brake properly. He does, but he moves left as if he will pass on the left shoulder, a very dangerous and highly illegal maneuver. The motorcycle is so close to the bumper that his front wheel is not visible. As the motorcycle drops back slightly and then abruptly moves right, the driver of the car with the camera says to his wife "watch this motorcycle". While it occurred to him to move to the right to get out of the maniac's way, it is a good thing he did not, because the motorcycle driver's actions are so abrupt that the car would have struck the motorcycle. Without any signal, he moves quickly around the car on the right side and accelerates toward the truck. The car in front of the camera is now about to pass the rear edge of the truck trailer and he is moving faster than the truck. The brake lights are on, showing that the truck is slowing, but the motorcycle driver leans left and keeps accelerating. He will squeeze in between the car and the truck, as long as the car doesn't speed up or drift to the right. If the truck driver slows much more, the motorcycle won't have a chance to stop. Luckily, he squeezes through unharmed but there was almost no room to spare. The motorcycle continued down the highway at a very high speed and was soon out of sight. Had the gap between the car and the truck suddenly decreased, the motorcycle driver would have had to stop accelerating and brake hard to avoid collision with the rear of the truck. Relying on those around him to not make an error or an unfortunate reaction to his unpredictable driving was taking his life in his hands. Despite the fact that he was not involved in a collision, he did nothing to help promote the image of a safe motorcyclist that most drivers deserve.

Giant helicopter is maxed out to transport massive powerline poles1m00s

Giant helicopter is maxed out to transport massive powerline poles

When a new power line was needed in the area of Parry Sound, Ontario, some of the construction took place in very remote areas with no road access. Massive machines were brought in to build roads and create routes over steep rock faces and swamps. These machines were able to transport a lot of the materials and equipment to complete the power line, but they couldn't bring it all in. They needed wooden poles that were 120 feet in length and almost three feet in diameter at the base. The poles weigh an incredible 2,600 pounds. The only way to get the poles to the remote power line is to truck them to a property almost twenty miles away and then have them flown over several lakes to the construction site. These poles are so large and so heavy that the helicopter will exceed its maximum allowable payload unless they fly with only a partial tank of fuel. If they fly with anything more than one quarter tank full of fuel, the poles will be too much. The helicopter pilot lowers a 300 foot cable so that workers can attach a hook that connects to a sturdy loop of material that wraps around the pole. These loops, or slings keep their grip on the pole while the pilot carefully flies them to the site and then lowers them to the ground. The job requires incredible precision as the pilot needs to place the poles in the right position for the crane that will be used to install them in their hole in the ground. He needs to rest the base on the ground and then back the helicopter up to lower the top of the pole carefully, laying in along the tree line. As the pole comes to rest, the pilot lowers the helicopter a few more feet to unhitch the sling from his hook. Then he's off for one more pole before he needs to refuel. Cottagers near the power line were obviously very interested when they saw these huge poles being carried directly over their homes and into the trees beside their lake. Projects like these create mixed emotions as nature lovers see habitat and wilderness being consumed and transformed in the name of progress. They hiked into the woods to see what the construction crew were doing. Although nobody wants to see trees cut and massive steel structures being erected, it was a relief to see how respectfully the workers were approaching the project. Biologists and environmentalists were at the site to ensure the impact on the environment was kept to a minimum. They also answered the cottagers questions and provided them with the opportunity to see what was happening from a safe distance. The workers explained the role of the helicopters, as well as some background information about them. The helicopter in this video was actually purchased from Donald Trump. This helicopter pilot's job requires expertise that has to be seen to be appreciated. Even the workers on the ground who had seen many poles being delivered were in awe of the skill and professional ability of the pilots.

Cars block bridge while dangerously making doughnuts18s

Cars block bridge while dangerously making doughnuts

CHP Golden Gate dispatch center received calls of multiple vehicles on the freeway in the Oakland area engaged in side show activity. It was then reported the vehicles were headed towards the Bay Bridge. At 1045 hours video was taken by a passerby of vehicles stopping traffic on the Bay Bridge west of Treasure Island heading into San Francisco. These vehicles were engaging in side show activity on the freeway. Multiple units from the CHP San Francisco Area responded and were able to take the driver of one of these vehicles into custody. Numerous other vehicles suspected to be involved with the side show were also stopped for mechanical violations as they exited the Bay Bridge. Credit: CHP - San Francisco

Awesome Wing-Walkers Perform Brave Stunts During Airshow1m23s

Awesome Wing-Walkers Perform Brave Stunts During Airshow

Oh, those daring young men—and women, and their flying machines. Let’s take synchronized swimming to the next level! These daredevils’ technology of choice is the Boeing Stearman Model 75, a military trainer manufactured in the United States during the 1930s and 1940s, making it one of the last of the biplanes. Even at “only” 150 miles per hour, the aerobats require struts just to stand up straight against the 4G (gravities) force pushing them backward. You would have to be very bold, very trusting in the aircraft, and very well trained to perform such maneuvers . The payoff would be being the star attraction to an audience of thousands, with the best view in the house. Before we dive further into the poetry of the spectacle, a little context may be in order. The event is the Blackpool Air Show, located at Blackpool, a coast seaside resort in the county of Lancashire, North West England. Throngs of spectators on the promenade press close to the water and spill over onto the pier. Behind them and out of view in this video is Blackpool Tower, an Eiffel Tower inspired structure that was conceived in 1890 and opened to the public in 1894. The Air Show itself features a number of highly caffeinated events, including the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, a recreation drama made up of World War II vintage aircraft; and the Royal Air Force (RAF) Red Arrows, which are nine Hawk jet planes painted bright red. The Red Arrows were the finale of the 2018 show, marking 100 years of RAF. We can see how such shows earned the appellation “flying circus”. We have trapeze artists performing the outrageous circus showmanship to which we are accustomed, but having substituted airplanes for the trapeze. There is a lot of coordination of moving parts going on here. The wing walkers synchronize their routine with each other, while the pilots are also doing their own routine. Look at how tight their formation, even wingtip to wingtip. Sometimes it even looks like what we’re seeing is two mirror images of the same plane. Such scenes are a photographer’s dream, and you can put together some really impressive albums on Facebook and Instagram for the friends and family back home. I have actually attended many air shows such as this, and I live on the street where a yearly airshow takes place. In my experience, having taken thousands of air show photos, it takes a steady hand and a bit of practice to capture moving targets like airplanes. The kind of camera you use will make a big difference between mediocre and Wow! Not all of your shots will be as impressive as what we see in this video. Practice ahead of time, and try to get the planes into frame as they approach from a distance, using up and down and side-to-side approximation. Once the planes are in frame, move steadily with them at their rate. The amateur using a handheld as opposed to a tripod should tuck your elbows tightly against your ribs, rotating your torso as if you are the tripod, while keeping the target at the center of your viewfinder. Automatic settings are OK, but if you do use a manual setting, adjust your F-stop, aperture, and ISO settings before the show starts to compensate for sunny or cloudy conditions. Nothing is more disappointing than a memory chip full of photos of solid white nothing. If you are taking photos as opposed to movies, set your camera up to get the highest shutter speed or you risk blur, especially during jet aircraft flybys.

2018 Fiat 124 Spider ABARTH // A Cooler Miata?11m22s

2018 Fiat 124 Spider ABARTH // A Cooler Miata?

This week I face a conundrum. The Fiat 124 Spider Abarth is certainly flawed. So why then, did I really like it by the end of the week? NOTE: when I discuss the trunk lights not working, I mean the lights INSIDE the trunk, NOT the brake lights or taillights and there is a switch to turn them on that I somehow didn’t see.)

Trooper escapes serious injury as car slams into his car26s

Trooper escapes serious injury as car slams into his car

Move Over and Slow Down for stopped emergency vehicles. Yesterday this Trooper escaped serious injury as a car slammed into his car door while on a traffic stop. The driver fled the scene but was located in Las Vegas by Troopers earlier this morning. The Move Over law also protects Nevada Department of Transportation and civilian vehicles that are stopped on the side of the road. Credit: Nevada Highway Patrol

Horrible distracted driver causes double rear-ender30s

Horrible distracted driver causes double rear-ender

A driver, who is totally distracted and not paying any attention at all to the road, rams into a Kia, who then hits the vehicle with the camera. Everyone was OK, with only slight injuries. Pay attention while driving!

Published: August 8, 2018818 views
Tire flies off truck, causes accident on highway18s

Tire flies off truck, causes accident on highway

A tire part flies off a truck and almost causes a pile-up. Luckily, most of the drivers were able to brake in time, but unfortunately, a car travelling in the left lane ended up colliding with the tire and no doubt suffered damage. This demonstrates the importance of truck drivers maintaining their tires properly and the dangers of negligence.

Published: August 6, 20181,498 views
Skillful Tow Operator Frees Car From Unfortunate Parking Position1m47s

Skillful Tow Operator Frees Car From Unfortunate Parking Position

Tow operators are an underappreciated bunch. They are the unsung heroes who get called to pull vehicles out of ditches in the middle of storms or dangerous situations. They respond to calls involving mangled wrecks and occasionally, tragic scenarios. But worry not our friends, this video hits a lighter note. It can even be called genius! Watch! In all cases, they are under pressure to remove vehicles as quickly as possible and in a way that doesn't put another scratch on a person's precious automobile. Sometimes this involves imagination and problem-solving skills that are downright impressive. In the video at the top of the page, a motorist drove from one parking lot to another, somehow missing the fact that there was a steep decline separating the two. To make things even clearer, low concrete barriers were placed along the edge of the decline to prevent mishaps such as this. But sometimes, even the obvious escapes us and a small driver error can have big consequences. The motorist managed to get the SUV over the concrete curb and the front end dropped far below the level of the back end. The curb became lodged against the undercarriage of the vehicle and the back end pivoted up so that the rear wheels were barely in contact with the pavement. The wheels could not get traction and the curb held the SUV in position, tilted forward with the front bumper almost on the ground. There was no choice but to call for a rescue from the tow truck service. You can see that the tow operator is facing a unique and unusual situation. He walked around the vehicle and assessed the matter thoroughly. He decided that the vehicle could not be pulled in either direction without making more damage to the underside of the vehicle. Like solving an elaborate puzzle, he decided that the only way out was up. And when the man says up it is up we go! He lifted the back end of the vehicle higher in the air to allow him access to the concrete block. Despite the serious weight of the concrete barrier, and the awkward position under the vehicle, he managed to find his way underneath the elevated SUV and drag the block out of his way. After clearing the underside, the vehicle was carefully lowered and the wheels were now all in contact with the ground. The driver of the SUV was instructed to slowly move forward, bringing the rear wheels over the decline and into a position to be driven. Brilliant right? One happy motorist paid the tow operator for his services and continued on their way with very little lost, except the time and the tow bill. The vehicle itself sustained no serious damage. Being a tow operator obviously involves considerable challenges on some days. And on days like this one, maybe it also involves a little humor. What do you think about this video? Make sure you tell us more in the comments down below. If you like what you see, don’t forget to share it with others who might like it as well. It just might be the highlight of their day! Enjoy!

Intense tow truck footage from crash on Toronto highway50s

Intense tow truck footage from crash on Toronto highway

This is a sobering reminder to pay attention & move out of the way for stopped vehicles. Tow truck footage from crash yesterday at Hwy 401 & Kingston Rd that was initially minor and ended up much worse. Fortunately everyone survived. Credit: Toronto Firefighters

Supercar club does the unbelievable for cancer research3m29s

Supercar club does the unbelievable for cancer research

The North Face Rally is a supercar club based out of Toronto. They are known for their fast cars and big hearts. They are involved in many charities and community projects and they regularly use their amazing machines to make dreams come true for very deserving people. The club has even organized massive toy drives for Sick Kids Hospital and The Metro Toronto Police Christmas hamper. They are a huge hit when they roll into the Strada Car Show in Vaughan, Ontario. Their reputation is as big as their lineup of Lamborghinis, Ferraris, Mercedes, Audis, Lexus', GTRs and other gorgeous exotics. Their entry steals the show. They are generous with their time and often allow car enthusiasts to sit in the cars and take pictures and videos. This gave one of the members of the club an idea. Ghostrider, a very active member in the North Face Rally, approached the organizer of the Strada Car Show with a brilliant idea. Together, they came up with a plan to offer members of the crowd rides in their dream cars for a donation to charity. They decided to donate all of the proceeds to Cops for Cancer/Pedal for Hope, the largest pediatric cancer research fundraiser for the Canadian Cancer Society. In 14 years, Pedal for Hope has raised over 5 million dollars, with a big part of that funding a special and groundbreaking research grant at Sick Kids Hospital. The offer was announced at the show and a line quickly formed to hop in the cars. Car club members lined up and took donors on a full throttle thrill ride around a closed track in the parking lot. The event last for three hours. People had a ride like nothing they had ever experienced, pictures and videos to help tell the story, and the feeling that comes with helping a good cause. This first of its kind event raised over $1,000 to combat childhood cancer. Kudos to this club full of everyday heroes. They really are "The Fast and the Generous."

High performance supercar catches fire after full throttle launch1m34s

High performance supercar catches fire after full throttle launch

Strada is the biggest exotic and supercar show in Ontario, Canada. Car owners and enthusiasts come from all over the province to drool over beautiful machines, or to allow the crowd to appreciate theirs. Engines rev, people cheer, and the hype at these events is second to none. North Face Rally is an exotic car club in the Toronto area with more than one hundred members. They a big part of these events and their cars are a big part of the excitement. They gather and roll in, forming a line that stretches from the parking lot entrance out onto the highway. In July 2018, Strada and the North Face Rally decided to provide the crowd with a new reason to get excited. They opened their doors and allowed passengers to hop in and experience a rocket ride around a closed track with full throttle acceleration, in exchange for a donation to charity. This event was in support of Cops for Cancer/Pedal for Hope, a Canadian Cancer Society research fundraiser. All proceeds directly fund pediatric (child) cancer research. One of the many cars involved was this Nissan GTR, a twin turbo machine with horsepower to spare and 0 - 60 acceleration that is matched by very few street cars. T generously provided rides for several people in the crowd, treating them to a "launch" from a stopped position that pinned them to their seat. The car generated enough heat after several of these rides that the exhaust system ignited the car and it began to burn. The crowd noticed the smoke and flames and told T and his passenger. A dash cam was running inside the GTR and there were other cameras recording the cars from outside. As T and his passenger hurriedly bailed out of the car, somebody called for a fire extinguisher. The crowd began to call for fire extinguishers but nobody was prepared to do much else. Into the smoke, Ghostrider was filmed running in with a giant fire extinguisher and the flames were put out before they engulfed the car. With an expensive machine about to burn, and a crowd gathered around, a fire would have been a disaster. This car was saved and the event continued with only a short disruption. More than $1,000 was raised for a very good cause thanks to a bunch of very generous drivers. A lot of people also experienced a dream ride that they would never have had elsewhere.

Occupants bail out of supercar as it catches on fire at charity event2m40s

Occupants bail out of supercar as it catches on fire at charity event

A Toronto based car club, The North Face Rally decided to turn their attendance at the Strada car show into a charity fundraiser. They regularly use their cars and their notoriety to accomplish good things in their community, so it was no surprise when they came up with this idea. They lined up their cars on a closed track beside the car show and invited attendees to hop in with trained drivers for the ride of their lives in exchange for a donation to charity. But something happened at the event that nobody bargained for. A Nissan GTR, one of the fastest street cars you're likely to see, became overheated from the repeated acceleration and caught on fire. This video shows the moments leading up to the fire from the interior dash camera. We can hear the crowd yelling that the car was on fire and we see the driver and the passenger bail out in a hurry. Everybody clears away from the car, anticipating that things will quickly become unsafe. Another camera happened to be pointing at the line of cars as they returned and it shows the early stages of the fire as the car is surrounded by smoke. We also see a masked figure running with a fire extinguisher while the crowd watches helplessly. The masked man is Ghostrider. He is a legend in the car scene and a member of the North Face Rally. He sprays the car down and puts out the flames before they get out of control and endanger people, as well as destroy an expensive machine. Ghostrider keeps his identity anonymous and his face hidden behind a bandana. Everybody knows his car, a lime green Lamborghini, although he has several supercars. Everybody also knows his reputation as serious car enthusiast. What they don't know so much about is that this philanthropist does a lot of anonymous charity work, finding ways to make dreams come true for deserving people. He sees the good in people and finds a way to do good things for them. The North Face Rally generously gave their time for almost three hours as people lined up for a ride that they could not ever experience elsewhere. They got into the cars and they were pinned to their seats as the cars rocketed down the track for a brief, but unforgettable burst of acceleration that is far greater than that of a commercial jet airliner. This event was the first of its kind and it raised more than $1,000 for Copes for Cancer/Pedal for Hope. This is one of the biggest pediatric fundraisers in Canada for the Canadian Cancer Society. And on top of funding research, they gave hundreds of people a dream come true.

Smoke completely fills cockpit of stunt plane during flat spin34s

Smoke completely fills cockpit of stunt plane during flat spin

Amelie Windel flies the Red Baron Extra 330 LX aerobatic monoplane in Sydney, filling the cockpit entirely with smoke. This particular Extra has a very powerful smoke system and this is entirely normal during certain manoeuvres. Note how she was still able to recover from the manoeuvre straight and level.

Published: July 22, 20184,594 views
Superfan's dream comes true with Ghostrider's Lamborghini supercar2m32s

Superfan's dream comes true with Ghostrider's Lamborghini supercar

Ghostrider is a mysterious philanthropic figure in the car scene. He keeps his face hidden behind a mask and his identity is cloaked in secrecy. His anonymity allows him to work through his car to make dreams come true for deserving people. Whether they have faced challenges, shown impressive perseverance despite adversity, or they have shown remarkable character, Ghostrider finds opportunities to put a smile on their face with an experience they will not soon forget. Patty is one of Ghostrider's biggest fans, and for a very good reason. She is a promising athlete with a talent for soccer. A recent knee injury set her back and she needed a specialized knee brace to help in her recovery. The cost was daunting and one of her friends began setting up a gofundme to help with costs. Ghostrider found her story on Instgram and went to her house in one of his supercars to personally look after the entire cost of the brace. Her recovery and her spirits got a much needed boost. Such an act of generosity from a complete stranger left Patty with an unforgettable feeling of support, as well as gratitude. Patty is also a car enthusiast, having restored her brother’s vintage 1967 Mustang. She brought this car to the Strada car show in Vaghan. It's the largest car show in Ontario and the parking lot is filled with muscle cars and exotic machines. She was thrilled to see her hero, Ghostrider in front of his brand new Lamborghini. Barely warmed up after leaving the showroom, this car was only a few days old. Imagine her surprise and her delight when he handed Patty the keys and invited her to sit inside and rev the engine. The crowd gathered around, curious about what made Patty special enough for such a privilege. The fact is that Ghostrider is also very impressed with Patty and her drive to succeed and overcome her injury and the challenges that she faced. Patty is hilarious with her comments about the car and her experience. She snaps pictures and video and uploads them to social media as she enjoys her time in the car. She calls her friends and tells them to hurry over and join her. Some of her school mates found her in the driver's seat and showed extreme surprise to find "Paatty from school" in a Lambo. Patty describes her happiness in a way that will leave you laughing and also happy for her. She is truly living the dream, as we can see from her obvious joy. Reluctantly, she gets out, gives back the keys and gives Ghostrider a big hug. Ghostrider regularly posts his adventures and experiences on social media. You can follow him on Instagram (@ghostriderto), Rumble (Ghostriderto), YouTube (ghostriderto), and Twitter (#ghostriderto). Follow Patty on Instagram @thatsoccerplayer7

Crowd cheers as masked hero extingishes supercar that caught on fire40s

Crowd cheers as masked hero extingishes supercar that caught on fire

North Face Rally is a group of car enthusiasts with supercars and a love for powerful machines. They also love supporting community and charity events so they decided to do something very new and very exciting. They rolled in to the Strada car show in Vaughan, Ontario, the largest supercar and exotic car show in Ontario amid the usual cheers and requests for pictures. Then they announced that they were going to line up to take the audience for a dream ride on a closed track on the back of the property. For a donation to Cops for Cancer/Pedal for Hope, enthusiasts could ride in their dream cars and experience the full throttle acceleration of these beasts. Some tried to take pictures and video as they were pinned to the seat with thrust that far exceeds that of commercial airliners at takeoff. They were taken around the track and treated to a first hand experience of the handling abilities and driving abilities of the expert drivers.

Lamborghini and supercars cause excitement in construction zone47s

Lamborghini and supercars cause excitement in construction zone

When the North Face Rally and Ghostrider got together for a rally to Montreal and on to Boston and Washington, they expected excitement. They lined up over 100 supercars and got ready to roll out from Vaughan, Ontario, near Toronto. But something that they did not expect to see was a construction worker on Highway 401, the Transanada Highway, actually running and yelling with excitement. He heard and saw the Lamborghini Huracan coming, leading the pack of exotic cars through the reduced speed zone. The Lamborghini is impossible to miss with it's lime green paint and rally decals. It was being driven by Ghostrider, a mysterious philanthropist who keeps his identity hidden behind a mask while he is on the car scene. He is known for his high powered cars as well as the charity work that he and the North Face Rally do. The construction worker ran towards the group of cars as they rolled through. He couldn't contain himself as he sprinted to get a better look. His excitement was caught on the dash camera as well as a camera being held by the Lamborghini passenger. Turning the camera to the rear caught the fact that the worker was still jumping and yelling enthusiastically long after the Lambo had passed through. He seemed to want to hear more of the throaty growl of the 650hp supercar and Ghostrider gave the throttle a little nudge to let out a roar from the engine. It's hard to know if this worker was yelling for the car to stop and take him for a ride or whether he was shouting encouragement to go faster. Either way, it caused some serious entertainment for several of the drivers in the rally.

Driver Bumps Into Several Cars Trying To Exit Parking Lot1m43s

Driver Bumps Into Several Cars Trying To Exit Parking Lot

A bad driver is something that no road can possibly be saved from. Now, there are incredibly many cars in the world, and they all travel on the same roads. If you drive smart, you can quickly get to work, go on a trip to anywhere in the world or just go shopping for a few weeks ahead. But at the same time, not all drivers follow the rules of the road making the lives of the first group simply unbearable. And the worst part of it all is that you just have to learn to live with this, because whatever you do, whatever the authorities do, nothing will be done in the end. So, what happens now on the roads of the world? More and more people get a driver's license, buy their cars, but not all of them make efforts to comply with all the rules of the road the majority OF DRIVERS adheres to. Unfortunately, the lousy driver is not only oblivious to the rules but simply refuses to care what else is going around them - they just make a mess of it all, do minor mucks on the road and leave! Like what they have just done is not concern them, it was not their fault they slammed into someone’s car, or a person and caused damage or injury, those extras always appear out of nowhere anyway! And you are usually so shaken by the incident that you have no focus or time to write down their car make or registration number and you find yourself at a double loss. But now, thanks to the magic of the Internet, you can correct the situation a little. Take a look for example at the fumbling of the driver caught in the act in the video on the top of the page. We do not know if it is a he or a she if it is driving under influence or just does not have any driving skills whatsoever. This driver has apparently never reversed out of a parking space before. It doesn't get any worse than this! Look at the mess and the damage they are doing. It starts a hilarious video but soon you realize that these people actually exist and then you remember the mysterious dents and scratches on your car and then you instantly find yourself brimming with rage! What did you usually do when you were cut off on the road or when someone stole your parking stop right before your very nose? You could shake your fists in the air in fury, angrily scream curses into the indifferent space, but it does not change anything. Now there is a magical network called the Internet, which allows you to make a small contribution to the struggle against such terrible driver s. Instead of shaking your fists, you can take a photo of someone who broke the rules and place it on the network with the appropriate title and tag. This will help you get rid of the indignation that has been boiling in your soul, and also show people the car and the registration number of someone who cannot drive. Of course, photography is not the only way. For example, video records are much more convincing, which can be captured both on camera and on DVRs, which are now installed in almost every car.