[VIDEO] Jozi taxi brazenly breaks road rules driving into oncoming traffic
We all know that no one likes being stuck in peak hour traffic, but what happens when you see a minibus taxi break the rules?
Do minibus taxi drivers ever follow the rules of the road?
Watch below at this astounding video as motorist films a minibus taxi breaking the rules on Summit Road in Midrand.
This is normal the R55 was a mess this morning taxis driving on the on coming lane as well as the dirt side of the road...they don’t care because there is no jmpd presence...— Jen (@jennenem526) February 28, 2019
Most taxi drivers are extremely reckless and irresponsible..This is one sector that the police must deal with without fear favour or prejudice..!— Tornado..Veteran 102 (@tyengeni1954) February 28, 2019
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