Morgan pulls out on Peugeot and causes a huge crash

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Morgan pulls out on Peugeot and causes a huge crash

Postby Arya2.0S » Wed Apr 19, 2017 5:47 pm

Watch this utter tit nearly kill someone!:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLBuedP9rQA

People who do this should be forced to re-take their tests, having been the victim of this kind of stupidity myself.

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Re: Morgan pulls out on Peugeot and causes a huge crash

Postby rshyndy » Wed Apr 19, 2017 5:59 pm

:wank: :wank: :wank:
I KNOW MY CAR IS OLDER THAN ME......WHATS YOUR POINT???
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Re: Morgan pulls out on Peugeot and causes a huge crash

Postby Arya2.0S » Wed Apr 19, 2017 6:03 pm

rshyndy wrote::wank: :wank: :wank:


My thoughts exactly.

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Re: Morgan pulls out on Peugeot and causes a huge crash

Postby Andrew 2.8i » Wed Apr 19, 2017 6:04 pm

The driver was only trying to put on a show for the crowd! :lol:
Sadly, these days people can't seem to judge the speed of traffic on faster roads. :roll:

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Re: Morgan pulls out on Peugeot and causes a huge crash

Postby Andrew 2.8i » Wed Apr 19, 2017 6:06 pm

Did anyone else get a sponsored advert from Oponeo at the start of that video?
An amusing occurrence, considering the person who started this thread...... :)

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Re: Morgan pulls out on Peugeot and causes a huge crash

Postby Arya2.0S » Wed Apr 19, 2017 7:12 pm

Andrew 2.8i wrote:Did anyone else get a sponsored advert from Oponeo at the start of that video?
An amusing occurrence, considering the person who started this thread...... :)

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LMAO! I used to get those during that whole kerfuffle. I literally told my screen to "go f**k yourself" a couple of times when those ad's came on lol. Thankfully they seem to have stopped now. (good riddance!)

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Re: Morgan pulls out on Peugeot and causes a huge crash

Postby renaulthater » Wed Apr 19, 2017 7:48 pm

ye Peugeot was going way too fast, and hit the wooden car.

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Re: Morgan pulls out on Peugeot and causes a huge crash

Postby Arya2.0S » Wed Apr 19, 2017 8:01 pm

renaulthater wrote:ye Peugeot was going way too fast, and hit the wooden car.


The road isn't obstructed by anything, it isnt a blind turn or anything like that. Even If the Pug was going too fast (which theres no evidence to prove it was), the Morgan still shouldn't have pulled out in front of him. When you see a speeding car do you think "he's going way too fast, i think i should pull out in front of that speeding vehicle"?

Seriously...

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Re: Morgan pulls out on Peugeot and causes a huge crash

Postby turbo-mike » Wed Apr 19, 2017 10:44 pm

I know that road well and have been to that meet a few times it is held on a sunday so I think that could be a factor to this crash (bloody sunday drivers), as that junction is at the bottom of quite a steep hill it is hard to keep your speed down I think it's 50 there not that I look, but yes the knob in the morgan should not of pulled out as there was a car coming down the hill but I bet he thought the other driver would just pull in to the outside lane as any sensible driver would, but the pug driver has no road awareness instead they hit the horn and brakes totally unaware how to drive I bet they were on there bloody phone aswell.
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Re: Morgan pulls out on Peugeot and causes a huge crash

Postby Arya2.0S » Thu Apr 20, 2017 1:23 am

turbo-mike wrote:I know that road well and have been to that meet a few times it is held on a sunday so I think that could be a factor to this crash (bloody sunday drivers), as that junction is at the bottom of quite a steep hill it is hard to keep your speed down I think it's 50 there not that I look, but yes the knob in the morgan should not of pulled out as there was a car coming down the hill but I bet he thought the other driver would just pull in to the outside lane as any sensible driver would, but the pug driver has no road awareness instead they hit the horn and brakes totally unaware how to drive I bet they were on there bloody phone aswell.
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To be fair...at least no decent cars were harmed. ;)

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Re: Morgan pulls out on Peugeot and causes a huge crash

Postby Andrew 2.8i » Thu Apr 20, 2017 4:16 am

I don't know the road, but there does appear to be room for the Peugeot to have swerved into the hatched area on his right and around the Morgan.
Not strictly legal, but a better option than the course of action the driver chose.......

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