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    Woman Totals Guy’s Car And Then Blames HIM For The Accident

    This incredible dashcam footage shows just how easily a crash can occur when a driver isn’t paying attention. In the video, a man is driving along a busy road when we see a white Chevrolet preparing to pull out from the car park of a drive-thru McDonald’s. The man’s car is clearly visible coming towards the Chevrolet, the road is straight and the visibility is excellent. What happens next is truly shocking.

    What is perhaps even more amazing is the reaction of the woman pulling out of McDonald’s after the incident occurs. Despite clearly causing what happens, she is under the impression that the man in the video is at fault. Luckily for him, he’s recorded the entire incident on his dashcam.

    Filming behind the wheel has become a much more regular occurrence over the last few years, and the footage dashboard-mounted cameras capture is often used to prove who is at fault in an accident. It is being armed with the knowledge that the whole incident’s available to view back that allows the man in the video to keep his cool in the face of the belligerent woman, who, as you’ll soon see, doesn’t have a leg to stand on.

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