Truck Dodge

luckily the driver avoids collision with oncoming truck..

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+8 1. jojotin commented 9 years ago

Yeah that's one lucky driver :O i don't know how much they had speed but that wouldn't gonna turn out good if they hit eachother :S nice dodging skills, they safe lives apparently :D
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+29 2. Antonio86 commented 9 years ago

this guy/girl's reflexes just saved his/her life.
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+9 3. metataggers commented 9 years ago

Nice driving, but I have to ask. Why would someone other than a cop have a camera mounted on their dash to begin with?
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+38 4. MadTick commented 9 years ago

Well done!! Now you just need to find a another pair of jeans because you just ruined the ones you were wearing >:)
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-1 5. Rathor commented 9 years ago

Wow, it was so close. The driver was very lucky. God loves him ;)
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+6 6. samxgx commented 9 years ago

#3 there is this cheap camera available which some companies use to control their drivers behaviour...
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+6 7. Gringo_el_Diablo commented 9 years ago

Keep on....Truckin`!!! :x
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-1 8. Slap_chop_ninja commented 9 years ago

Change of underwear required.
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-1 9. mikeaza commented 9 years ago

I would have jizzed in my pants.
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+5 10. lalafafak commented 9 years ago

Audio track at 0:15:

"FFFFFFFUUUUUUUUUUUUU.....!!!!"
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+8 11. DarkiKun commented 9 years ago

he/she is gonna brag about it the rest of his/her life =D
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+9 12. Reaperdaddy commented 9 years ago

i think that the skid mark wont be only on the road...
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+2 13. dickheadred commented 9 years ago

Wow !! fuck!! I'm having a flashback... same kind of location, same semi skid out.. my bro didn't make it tho
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+2 14. tree4free commented 9 years ago

#3 it's very likely that he's a cop.
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+2 15. blckpythn commented 9 years ago

If there had been any other oncoming he would have head-oned them for going out of his lane though.
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+3 16. JimDunlop commented 9 years ago

#3: Dash-mounted cameras are becoming quite common and popular in many places. It can really help the cops figure out what happened after a crash (and your insurance company too if you're not at fault). But of course that's a double-edged sword... And maybe incentive to become a better driver. O:)

Nonetheless, looping live camera feeds are standard options on many new cars here in Japan. I know Honda does it on their minivans...
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+2 17. YetiGrowl commented 9 years ago

good reaction timing there. whoever was driving was patient with where they were going to go rather than panicking right away.
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+3 18. wtfysc commented 9 years ago

I'd say the driver was definitely a cop. Explains both the camera and the calm driving reactions that would have come from training.
If that had been an average person I don't think there would have been much chance of them calmly steering to safety.
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-1 19. TaxCollector commented 6 years ago

Is a truck dodge the same thing as a Dodge Truck?