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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by schmee, May 17, 2018 at 2:09 PM.
wait for it...
Yikes, looks like something out of a video game. I'd buy a lottery ticket if I were that guy.
That’s happened to me a few times.
Whoa. That driver has a whole second life to live.
And after coming within inches of being squashed flat by a house sized boulder...he took the time to turn on his hazard lights...
Damn. That'll sure put a spot on the front seat.
Jukes from hazard
My day is looking pretty uneventful right now.
That reminds me why I refuse to stop just off the edge of an overpass.
I was stopped under an overpass one day when a cement mixer came off the highway above me and completely flattened the Chevy S-10 in front of me!
It looked like it had just went through the crusher at the junkyard.
Missed me by a foot!
I'm either stopping UNDER the overpass, or a car length out, and you can blow your horn all you want!
talk about your Rolling Stones
The craziest thing is , what do you call that , when you live there ?
That guy was like “Not again..!”
I think they came on automatically when the car got pushed sideways.
Billy was a Mountain...... ta de yad de da da.....
I would have been checking out how well "reverse" worked rather than getting out to tire kick the boulder
And today in soiled underwear news...
is that a thing?
It looks like they came on when he/she stomped the breaks. On some modern cars the breaklights start flashing rapidly if you break hard enough. This is probably the same thing, but with the hazard lights.
Apparently, for many cars in many parts of the world, the hazard lights come on after an accident or when the brakes are slammed on really hard. I don't know if we have that in North America. I found one web site on which someone said that the NHSTA prohibited it in the U.S.
We don't have them in Sweden. We have the flashing break light though, on some newer cars. According to law here you can't use the hazard lights if you're not standing still.
Personally I don't like that. When you're in fast moving traffic, I like the German way to turn the hazards on whenever there is a sudden slow-down. I think it gives a vital clue to if you're just seeing people slowing down a bit or if you're approaching something serious. Especially when you're going 100+ mph.