[WATCH] Driver tries to cut traffic, but motorists stop him in his tracks
Everyone hates being stuck in traffic, but we hate it even more when someone thinks they are entitled to use the shoulder of the road to try and escape the gridlock.
When one driver thought he was being smart and tried to cut in, other motorists worked together in order to stop him and teach him a lesson.
Driver tries to use shoulder to cut traffic, other cars band together to teach him a lesson https://t.co/eU8hP582ZF— Digg (@digg) February 6, 2019
Elsewhere on What's Gone Viral with Khabazela, the New York Police Department has sent Google a cease-and-desist letter for Google to stop tracking its Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) checkpoint locations.
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This article first appeared on 702 : [WATCH] Driver tries to cut traffic, but motorists stop him in his tracks
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