Driving often throws up some difficult situations, from animals loitering in the road, angry pedestrians, crazy cyclists to flooded motorways. But a good driver doesn't get flustered in these situations; they simply anticipate, adjust their driving accordingly and get home safely.
We wish we could say the same about the motorists in the following videos. These guys are the types to get baffled by gates, break down when they see a tollbooth and roll a car during a driving lesson.
Watch the videos below and wonder why the people behind the wheel were ever graced with a driving licence in the first place.
Bus bollards bite back
Manchester City centre is home to shops, cafés, restaurants and bus lane bollards. These metal contraptions are designed to stop motorists using bus-specific lanes but some people just won't take 'no' for an answer.
Preparing for tollbooth take-off
The motorist in the video may have watched too much Dukes of Hazzard as a child, or perhaps they didn't go to SpecSavers for their prescription. Either way, speeding along a motorway and then launching a car over toll barriers certainly isn't the way to keep a clean licence.
That's some smashing parking
Town is rammed and parking spaces are few and far between. You spot the perfect space, size it up but it turns out to be far too small so you move on, right? No, not this driver. This desperate motorist shows pure dedication by cramming his or her car into the tiny space even if it means smashing into the car in front and behind continuously. We hope he or she left a note...
Note to self: when opening the gate for a neighbour, make sure they have recently taken an eye test... and can operate a car. The poor lady in this clip manages to not only career into a wide-open set of gates but also flip her car onto its roof. Magical.
They see me rollin'...
This learner driver can definitely assume she requires more training after mounting a grass verge and majestically flipping the car just minutes into a lesson. We're pretty sure that's one session the instructor isn't going to forget in a hurry.
Author: Hannah Brewer