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One of the trickiest moves for a driver to execute on the roads is when a multiple lane road gradually drops into a single lane. While yes, it might not sound that hard to do in a light traffic condition, it goes up to a different level when coming up to a bumper-to bumper situation, especially when the other drivers just would not give way to the other road users to pass through.

Russia’s roads are full of surprises, and it seems like there is more than enough footage from them to run a “Funniest/Craziest On-Board Video” show for months to come. But for now, we have two drivers; one in a Toyota sedan and the other in a hulking Toyota SUV, both trying to occupy the single narrow lane that both were in. With both being extremely hardheaded, they continued to fight for the same lane for a while, narrowly missing each other with just inches to spare.

Driver Takes Revenge on Second Driver - YouTube

Finally when the traffic from the opposite lane cleared up, the SUV driver jumped into the opportunity and overtook a row of vehicles, getting a spot further up than the Toyota that he was fighting with. Usually, that had meant the end of the confrontation as both of the drivers had already got a comfortable position in the lane they were in. But instead, the SUV seemed to have pulled over further up at the side of the road; not for a break of some sort, but ready for revenge.

As the Toyota sedan passed by, the SUV suddenly sped off on the puddle-ridden road side, sending a huge wave of muddy water onto the sedan. It might not be that visible from this video but the windows on the sedan was actually open, so one would just have to imagine what it is like having the insides of the car dripping wet with muddy water.

Towards the end of the video, we could see both of them engaging in a pursuit. Being in Russia, hopefully neither of them are not connected with the Mafia or any gang, or else it might end up with a bloody conclusion for either of them.

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<a href="http://www.autoblog.com/2012/07/30/angry-merging-motorist-gets-clever-revenge/">http://www.autoblog.com/2012/07/30/angry-merging-motorist-gets-clever-revenge/</a>

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I would thought it was Malaysia if u didnt mention it was at Russia LOL! Cuz the mentality in our country is indeed like this...but still
SUV should at least put on his signals as a courtesy. It makes a lot of difference...
 

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I can't stop laughing when I see the huge splash......he really get OWNED!!!
 

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I would thought it was Malaysia if u didnt mention it was at Russia LOL! Cuz the mentality in our country is indeed like this...but still
SUV should at least put on his signals as a courtesy. It makes a lot of difference...
1. I agree putting on the signal is a courtesy, however this act would still not make it illegal for the car to NOT let the SUV pass.
2. In the video, the SUV not only didn't put on the signal, but the SUV driver also thought it was necessary to threaten to cut in front of the car.
3. I was in an accident similar to this once. The location where I met with the accident didn't even have lane markers, because it was just after the toll plaza. Both me and the lorry which hit me were stationary at that time because of a traffic jam.
4. When the traffic started to move, the lorry hit my car and refused to stop.
5. When I reported to the police, the investigating officer, a sergeant, told me that I was at fault.
6. So does that mean that if a car was halfway going into your lane in a traffic jam, you can hit the car and get away scot-free? According to sergeant: yes.
 

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1. I agree putting on the signal is a courtesy, however this act would still not make it illegal for the car to NOT let the SUV pass.
2. In the video, the SUV not only didn't put on the signal, but the SUV driver also thought it was necessary to threaten to cut in front of the car.
3. I was in an accident similar to this once. The location where I met with the accident didn't even have lane markers, because it was just after the toll plaza. Both me and the lorry which hit me were stationary at that time because of a traffic jam.
4. When the traffic started to move, the lorry hit my car and refused to stop.
5. When I reported to the police, the investigating officer, a sergeant, told me that I was at fault.
6. So does that mean that if a car was halfway going into your lane in a traffic jam, you can hit the car and get away scot-free? According to sergeant: yes.
how in the world is that explanation is acceptable? sometimes its really takes patience talk to the enforcers. one guy will tell u one thing while the other will tell differently.

from my perspective view, the lorry is at fault as he did not stop and run away instead. can be considered as hit and run what? :confused:
 

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the SUV is lucky the pothole is in russia.

If the pothole is in malaysia, the SUV will sink and the car will have the last laugh.

However nowadays potholes already been repaired, maybe becoz nearing election.

Janji ditepati.....only if election is near.
 

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sometimes its really takes patience talk to the enforcers. one guy will tell u one thing while the other will tell differently.
I did explain with patience after listening to all his lectures. That's why even when he told me that I was at fault, he decided to not write a summon for me. Puzzling ain't it? I thanked him and straight away cabut.

from my perspective view, the lorry is at fault as he did not stop and run away instead. can be considered as hit and run what? :confused:
It should be Section 42 of the Road Transport Act.