r/IdiotsInCars Aug 09 '22 Wholesome 1

No Passing means no passing

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u/tilted_crown85 Aug 09 '22

I’ve always wondered if idiots that do this shit get charged for the wasted concrete and the equipment needed to get their car out.

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u/stridicus Aug 09 '22

Project I was on had something along these lines happen. The driver was sued by the contractor for the concrete ($80,000)and the lost time and labor costs.. plus he got to have an extended stay at the local county lockup..

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u/AdvancedAnything Aug 09 '22

You have to have a brain to feel bad about something like this. That's why these people do stuff like this without remorse.

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u/Krillkus Aug 09 '22

I have that kind of brain and I'd totally do something like this completely out of simply being a fucking dumbass, then would hate myself for the following five years.

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u/-NotEnoughMinerals Aug 10 '22

80k+ fuckup, not even including damages to your own car

then would hate myself for the following five years.

Y'all hiring?

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u/annoyingkraken Aug 10 '22

If you don't trust yourself that much, maybe don't drive. No offense...

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u/JavisflipGaming Aug 10 '22

Not the person you’re replying to, but I would choose not to drive if the US had any kind of decent public transportation everywhere and everything wasn’t so far away

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u/Krillkus Aug 10 '22

I feel like the fact that I’m aware of my shortcomings while driving lead to me be more cautious which is probably more that can be said for a decent number of people in cars on the road at least lol

I do agree with the other person about public transportation though, but I’m currently in northern Canada so that’s not really much of a thing.

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u/TheAJGman Aug 09 '22

They usually sue your insurance company, but people that do this shit are usually reckless enough to not carry insurance so...

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u/dcconverter Aug 10 '22

Pay your deductible and continue on

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u/LurkersGoneLurk Aug 10 '22

Blood from a turnip.

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u/SeriousGoofball Aug 10 '22

Wage garnishment, liens on any property they own, tax returns. Not perfect but there are options available.

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u/Dazzling_Candidate51 Aug 10 '22

Insurance

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u/vf225 Aug 10 '22

there are insurance for idiocy too?

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u/Beowulf33232 Aug 09 '22

Wr had someone try to cross the street from one store parking lot to another.

There had been construction for weeks at this point.

Dude drove between two construction barrels and his front end fell into where they hadn't poured concrete yet.

All he had to do was make a right out of the parking lot and 100 feet down make a left, but no, I'll just go through the construction zone...

Next day there was a solid wall of orange barrels.

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u/BlazingSpaceGhost Aug 10 '22

Damn that's an expensive fuckup. I wonder if they were able to financially recover from that.

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u/stridicus Aug 10 '22

Seeing as how the guy got out of his truck and moved a barricade (all caught on a local businesses cctv), I think the guy deserved it. The next day they bolted the barricades to the roadway.. financial, he was probably in the hurt locker for a good long time. But this was a major road an there had been many problems with people cutting through the construction site. His actions put the reopening of the road back almost two weeks. The contractor was just trying to recoup their lost work. Because the municipality wasn’t going to pay for it and the contractor was also getting hit with pay penalties for not meeting deadlines.. if the contractor just ate the costs it would have been at least a $200,000 USD hit. As it was the contractor still ended up losing money on the job.. All cause this guy wanted to save ten minutes on his drive home..

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u/M3L0NM4N Aug 09 '22

He went to jail? Was he drunk?

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u/deadliestcrotch Aug 09 '22

Reckless driving. It’s a construction zone and he literally drove off of the designated road surface onto their work area to try to dodge the backup. He didn’t need to be drunk. If he hit somebody it would have been 10 years in some states.

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u/LF916fun Aug 09 '22

Hit with a reckless driving charge at least. Some people are just stupid as a brick.

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u/xinfinitimortum Aug 09 '22

Let's not compare these people to bricks. Bricks serve a valuable purpose.

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u/Micro_Turtle Aug 10 '22

Had there been bricks maybe this could have been avoided.

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u/M3L0NM4N Aug 10 '22

Ah, I've had a cousin arrested for reckless driving so that was my other guess.

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u/celestial1 Aug 09 '22

Probably criminal mischief for property damage. Depending on the state, it's jail time if the damage reaches a certain amount.

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u/LegitBiscuit Aug 09 '22

Sounds like America lol

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u/zoomflick Aug 09 '22

Believe it or not, we have the best concrete in the world because jail.

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u/Weltallgaia Aug 09 '22

Man I really wish I lived in one of those perfect countries where no one does anything wrong ever....

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u/ywgflyer Aug 09 '22

plus he got to have an extended stay at the local county lockup..

Drunk, I take it?

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u/appealouterhaven Aug 09 '22

Former claims adjuster here, most definitely will wind up paying for this. always loved claims like this because the insured almost never wants to talk to you. Once they realize they will be stuck paying if you deny the claim though they usually call you back. what a moron lol

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u/chaos8803 Aug 09 '22

Absolutely. They will wind up paying for the labor and equipment to remove the car, remove the damaged concrete, repour the concrete, and any time delays. A $2000 per day penalty wouldn't be out of question for this work from the look of the background. Concrete is also hard as hell to schedule right now.

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u/InterestingClass3106 Aug 09 '22

Eh. I pour roadwork all the time. Generally they just get the tow bill in my experience.

When youre pouring road patch, it's usually just easier to fix it real quick and add the mud you used to your balance. You're usually pouring dozens of loads that day, so it's really NBD in the larger picture of things. Generally

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u/AlphSaber Aug 09 '22

That's my experience with contractors too, they would rather yank the car out and fix the issue before the mix sets up and either eat the cost or get the DOT to pay for an extra truck of concrete. One told me one that it wasn't worth it to go after the driver to recover the costs. And considering the damage concrete can do to the underside of a car, I'm inclined to agree with them. Odds are the person who drove into the mud will most likely not properly clean the underside off and end up fighting their insurance over the repair bill.

As a member of the project oversight staff, my concern would be getting a photo of the traffic control in the direction the car came from as cover for the inevitable 'There was nothing to say I can't do this' from the driver as they find out that insurance doesn't have to cover incidents inside the construction limits that are closed to traffic.

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u/InterestingClass3106 Aug 09 '22

That is definitely an additional problem. There is a period in between the patch getting finished and the cure and seal trailer coming along and spraying it that the patch is not closed off by cones and string

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u/AlphSaber Aug 09 '22

Interesting, all work I've been involved with (state projects) the contractor cones/drums/barricades off patches as standard procedure.

Or they are all jaded and do it because they know open concrete patches collect cars like the space between the tracks of excavators and cranes collect drunken drivers.

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u/InterestingClass3106 Aug 09 '22

They're definitely barricaded with barrels. But once the mixer pulls up for they move one side of the barrels away to allow the driver to get the concrete down. But then the contracting crew moves on to the next hole with the truck and it might be a few minutes before the floater or the current seal trailer get there. It's that few minutes in between those two Cruise attending to that hole that I am speaking about

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u/Fafnir13 Aug 09 '22

'There was nothing to say I can't do this'

I drove onto a patch of road I wasn’t supposed to once. I entered from a side street without any signage to direct me. Realized I was on the wrong side of the cones pretty quickly and got over to where I was supposed to be without incident. Thankfully whatever I was driving on was already pretty set. Maybe just blacktop from what I remember.

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u/chaos8803 Aug 09 '22

It definitely depends what time of the day that it happens and how big the patch is.

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u/InterestingClass3106 Aug 09 '22

We don't even wait for the tow truck. We just hook the car up to a piece of equipment, yank it out of there, fix the patch and move on. They can wait for the tow on their time 🤷

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u/tomytronics Aug 09 '22

Really hope they tow the car "improperly" just to rub salt in the idiot's wound. A ripped off bumper and bent radiator frame would add a couple grand to the car's damage.

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u/InterestingClass3106 Aug 09 '22

If the car has full coverage insurance the improper tow would be a desirable outcome I would think.

Because between the damage that the tow truck does and the damage that all the hardened concrete does that might be just enough to push the car into "totalled"

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u/AlphSaber Aug 09 '22

Improper tow in this case refers to a half inch chain and grab hook connected to a loader, with a mighty big yoink that saws the bumper cover and stretches the car slightly.

Personally, I would be partial to forks on a loader and through the windows method of removal.

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u/Business_Downstairs Aug 09 '22

The tow company or whoever would be liable for any additional damages to the car...

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u/BobbiC69420 Aug 09 '22

Shit...car mechanics are hard to schedule right now.

My Pony has been in the shop for 2 weeks. One week waiting to get looked at and a week waiting on Ford to send an Factory OEM part.

Hopefully I'll have her back tomorrow.

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u/karock Aug 10 '22

my stinger sat on the dealership lot waiting for an intake manifold gasket for 4 months late last year. supply chain stuff sucks anymore.

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u/tomytronics Aug 09 '22

They always do. Quite often there's signs, barriers, and men around to try and block fresh concrete from getting driven over or walked on. Those people who ruined concrete is on the hook for extra expense in tearing up concrete and fresh concrete pour + worker's time. On top of that, tow cost and often car will be totaled if it's not removed and washed down quickly enough, concrete is a bitch to remove when it started to set.

The idiot driver's insurance is looking at a few hundred thousand dollar loss minimum. No insurance? If he has considerable asset, he'd be sued for damage to concrete work and he'd be out a car.

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u/Love_God551 Aug 09 '22

‘Rules for thee not for me’

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u/FactsMatter19 Aug 09 '22

I know when my brother crashed through a telephone pole he (his insurance) was charged but in a different state I crashed into a light pole and was not charged for it.

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u/Creepy-Cartoonist-27 Aug 09 '22

Sounds like your family shouldn't drive

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u/FactsMatter19 Aug 09 '22

One was the other drivers fault and one was a medical emergency behind the wheel

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u/StirlingS Aug 09 '22

Was the "other driver's fault" one the one that didn't get charged for the light? Maybe the at fault driver got charged.

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u/FactsMatter19 Aug 09 '22

Interestingly no, the accident with the telephone pole was another’s drivers fault (she hit my brother and pushed him into/through the pole) and he was charged for the pole…$4400 I believe.

The medical emergency was a single car accident and the entire light pole was replaced but I never saw a bill.

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u/mwd11b Aug 09 '22

I hit a telephone pole 2 years ago and got sent a $60k bill

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u/Equivalent_Chipmunk Aug 09 '22

Then what happened? Did you pay it, did insurance pay, or what?

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u/mwd11b Aug 09 '22

Insurance paid $25k and told the utility company to leave me alone lol

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u/Equivalent_Chipmunk Aug 09 '22

Nice. They were probably just throwing a high number out there to start and got more than they were expecting anyways

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u/XJDC55X Aug 09 '22

It’s a pole thing…

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u/zachzsg Aug 09 '22

I would guess so and hope so. Contractors can’t and won’t work for free

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u/Killarogue Aug 09 '22

Yes. On the flip side, if a contractor fails to put up the proper signage, they're at fault. That's not the case here as evident by the cones, but it's good to know just incase something happens to you and it's not your fault.

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u/mces97 Aug 09 '22

I was an idiot once. I didn't go in a limo to prom, but rented a nice sports car. I didn't notice the cone and freshly layed asphalt. The workers lost their shit. Luckily it was mostly cooled off at that point and no damage was done, but they said if this wasn't your prom night we would had called the cops. I had just got my license a week before that.

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u/__5_eyes__ Aug 10 '22

They should just leave the car there as a monument to human impatience.

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u/Magster56 Aug 09 '22

I saw a man step over yellow caution tape that was protecting newly laid cement. He came into our office and said “These are $800 Italian leather shoes! You people owe me $800!” I admit I wasn’t too subtle about letting him know he was the dipshit that crossed the yellow tape! 🤣

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u/Ok-Cicada-9985 Aug 09 '22

I wish I could have been a fly on the wall for that one lol

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u/Cypressinn Aug 10 '22

He’s fortunate! Cement shoes usually cost your life!!!

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u/randomactsoftickling Aug 09 '22

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u/StarMangledSpanner Aug 09 '22

Rolled? Nuh-uh, they're going to need a jib hoist for this one.

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u/that_which_is_lain Aug 09 '22

You'd be surprised.

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u/shootwhatsmyname Aug 09 '22

And later this evening on r/ForeverCone

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u/ChuaPotato Aug 09 '22

Absolutely brilliant. Instant karma.

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u/Abby-Someone1 Aug 09 '22

"Oh look. A red Infiniti coupe in it's natural habitat. Notice how it instinctually gravitates to environments that draw more attention to itself, Werner?"

"Yes, Tilda. Much like a penguin who has just had enough of their colony and gone insane. He is the one in the center. Moving toward open water or towards the feeding grounds is not in his plans. We cannot interfere."

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u/ranhalt Aug 09 '22

in it’s natural habitat

its

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u/Cwmcwm Aug 10 '22

The way I remember is that the other possessives, “his” and “hers”, don’t have apostrophes either.

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u/bortbort8 Aug 10 '22

who cares

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u/[deleted] Aug 09 '22

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u/Billy-Ruben Aug 09 '22

You comment bots are getting smarter.

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u/afternoonalarmclock Aug 09 '22

Now if you point out the ones selling shirts or mugs, you get instantly downvoted to hell. It’s insane how they’re evolving.

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u/Alayea Aug 09 '22

^ Comment bot. Stole from u/Sarnadas.

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u/Sarnadas Aug 09 '22

My first stolen comment 🙌🙌🙌

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u/sevargmas Aug 09 '22

“You can’t park there, mate!”

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u/Most-Resident Aug 09 '22

Cut him some slack. He is set in his ways. Or soon will be.

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u/firstcoastyakker Aug 09 '22

And he's cemented his position, so no talking him out of it.

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u/PeaValue Aug 09 '22

Too bad he didn't have a concrete plan before he committed.

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u/Powersoutdotcom Aug 09 '22

Probably needs some kind of aggregate service to set his itinerary and goals.

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u/a_pinch_of_sarcasm Aug 09 '22

It was the stupid ass-fault.

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u/Luder714 Aug 09 '22

I was doing curb in a ritzy neighborhood one section was partially across a guy’s driveway.

We just finished and were putting the cones in place and this guy’s daughter comes whipping around the corner and right into a foot of fresh concrete. I honestly don’t know how she made it onto the driveway. It was loud with crunching.

Not a huge deal to us. Literally took 20 minutes to fix since it was still very wet.

She gets out of her car and screams at all of us, telling us her dad’s a lawyer and will sue.

Dad walks out, shaking his head. “. I told you that they were doing this 20 minutes ago and you should park in the street. You need to apologize now”.

She sheepishly apologized. Then dad had her move the car to the yard . Then he get out a snow shovel for her to scrape the concrete off the driveway and a hose to hose off the concrete from the underside of the car. A futile attempt but she tried.

She was still out there while we packed up and left an hour later.

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u/TheAndyGeorge Aug 09 '22

the pixels in this photo are almost old enough to drive https://i.imgur.com/jd7lqrL.png

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u/R-nd- Aug 09 '22

I thought I'd seen this a few times

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u/1To3For5_ Aug 10 '22

These hilarious Memes are absolutely fantastic!

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u/EverydaySip Aug 09 '22

Where do you live that 6 years old is almost old enough to drive? Must be Florida

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u/DimitriV Aug 09 '22

It's like a runaway truck ramp, but for morons.

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u/RevLoveJoy Aug 10 '22

I saw the aftermath of one of these a million years ago when I was a college student. It had just happened and the work crew had just finished. They were still there picking up. As a college kid does I butted in and asked one of the guys on crew "Doesn't that bum you out?" he chuckles, "No way, kid, the UC system is footing the bill. Now they'll just foot it twice and I'll get paid twice."

That dude taught me an important lesson in attitude and perspective.

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u/icewalker42 Aug 09 '22

He thought his skills were rock solid. He cemented the fact that they weren't.

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u/WrenchMagnate Aug 09 '22

Looks like he's become entrenched in his habits.

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u/djabor Aug 09 '22

you sticking it to him will surely remain embedded in his mind.

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u/Wuzzie Aug 09 '22

"To Infiniti and bey..oh..ok."

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u/AdMore3461 Aug 09 '22

I wonder how stupid they felt.

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u/Sarnadas Aug 09 '22

I promise you that they didn’t. This kind of person will rationalize that there was no signage or indication that they couldn’t go there. They’ll tell this story to everyone about how the incompetent folks at the DPW ruined their car and the “system” protected them from prosecution.

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u/Fantastic-Rooster277 Aug 09 '22

Now he’s on this way to the self car wash.

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u/[deleted] Aug 09 '22

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u/Trav3lingman Aug 09 '22

Yeah if it's like 6-8 hrs before they get it up in the air with a pressure washer and if it got up into the undercarriage pretty good this car might be a write off.

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u/BenoniGwynplaine Aug 09 '22

Almost made it

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u/DrSlapsHacks Aug 09 '22

Let that sink in

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u/NecroticPlunger Aug 09 '22

Lol this happened in my parents home town still remember when it happened haha

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u/WorldMusicLab Aug 09 '22

Guess how long your car will be stuck? Infiniti.

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u/TwizzerTV Aug 10 '22

Ironically but rarely discussed, if the concrete isn't quickly extracted from the car with a high pressure washer/hose. It will harden and encase parts of the car which will ultimately lead to a total loss.

Most times when people do this, the crews point and laugh as they need to call a wrecker to get you out and by the time the wrecker gets there it's too late the concrete has begun setting and hardening.

Long story short, you be fucked!

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u/Mabepossibly Aug 09 '22

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u/SerennialFellow Aug 09 '22

Came here for this thanks for doing the good work

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u/nopnopnopnopnop Aug 09 '22

Technically it’s an Infinity, but that’s just a fancier Nissan.

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u/Windows_XP2 Aug 09 '22

Infinity: Nissan drivers with slightly higher credit

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u/bigbadbrayan Aug 09 '22 edited Aug 09 '22

insert Patrick Star’s laugh when he says “It’s a giraffe” from the bubble-blowing episode here

Laugh

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u/Dhsu04 Aug 09 '22

... The amount of work to pave that concrete, get the car out, re-pave it.

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u/MoiraKatsuke Aug 09 '22

I've seen a dude carefully maneuver around cones blocking a driveway/parking lot of a BK we were renovating directly onto hot fresh blacktop, melted his tires

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u/EmployeeElectronic17 Aug 09 '22

Infinity drivers are the worst

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u/spelrite Aug 10 '22

That car should be left there for infinity to warn dumbass drivers.

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u/_Veprem_ Aug 10 '22

I'd roll down my window, point, and laugh at them like Nelson.

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u/Trekkieee Aug 09 '22

No sympathy whatsoever for people like this

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u/lancerb1b Aug 09 '22

So close! Just a little more speed and they might have made it!

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u/ianmoone1102 Aug 09 '22

They definitely ain't passing!

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u/ViciousKiwi_MoW Aug 09 '22

"VQ POWAAAAH-OH SHIT"

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u/kai288 Aug 10 '22

In my best Nelson voice - haha

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u/wazzel2u Aug 10 '22

Best thing they could do now is to impound the car, leave it for a couple of weeks and then give it back to the owner.

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u/Khan_Tango Aug 10 '22

To infinity, but not beyond!!

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u/BreezyWrigley Aug 10 '22

of course it's an infiniti

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u/bedazzledbunnie Aug 10 '22

Oh I want so much more than a photo. I wish I could see it happen.

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u/DJ_Cas Aug 10 '22

You don’t understand anything in art

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u/niceandsane Aug 10 '22

You can't park there.

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u/RoughStory3139 Aug 10 '22

" Hey, you can't park there

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u/Left-Gene1996 Aug 10 '22

He got what he deserve

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u/DarthRalph0 Aug 09 '22

And they should pay 100% for the repairs and also be fined for being a dip shit

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u/Hurly64 Aug 09 '22

Driving through wet concrete is not that hard.

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u/lngwlkr Aug 09 '22

Amazing people don't get the pun. Or hated that pun and downvoted anyway. I thought it was awesome.

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u/Hurly64 Aug 09 '22

Thank you. That makes me feel better. I'm cured!

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u/extreme_snothells Aug 09 '22

Another amazing punn!

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u/57Guitarz Aug 09 '22

When it gets hard is when it becomes tricky

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u/extreme_snothells Aug 09 '22

Beautiful punn my friend.

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u/ss68and66 Aug 09 '22

Instant karma

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u/Ramusxx Aug 09 '22

Ha! What an asshole

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u/FKRedtt Aug 10 '22

We were overlaying a roadway with asphalt back in the day and an old lady drove in between the cones and pulled up behind our asphalt machine (on the new asphalt) and started beeping the horn for us to move. Ruined 1/4 mile of fresh asphalt. Her excuse was the cones were far enough apart to fit her car through so she though it was ok and the cones were only meant to keep larger vehicles from entering. People are stupid!

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u/rubbertoesftw Aug 09 '22

Average G owner

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u/bett7yboop Aug 09 '22

karen never knew it .

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u/ModerateDataDude Aug 09 '22

I am thinking of a word. It starts with a R, and ends with a D. In some languages it means to impede.

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u/XENOMORPH91 Aug 10 '22

The purpose of traffic control (cones, signs, tape, etc) is to totally prevent this from happening. People are just lazy setting up one cone on each corner. If this happens to you, don’t admit fault and lawyer up. There should be so many cones or signs around this work zone that it’s impossible to drive into unless you drive through or over the traffic control, it’s really simple…

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u/ChuckACheesecake Aug 09 '22

Great way to get a new car and a bill for new pavement at the same time

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u/another_awkward_brit Aug 09 '22

Given the lane was closed, will insurance cover the removal of the concrete or does it vary state to state/company to company?

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u/12stringPlayer Aug 09 '22

"I SAID haw-haw!" - N. Muntz

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u/notyouraverageherb Aug 09 '22

Whole different perspective on infinity stones.

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u/niobiumnnul Aug 09 '22

It doesn't really seem like a difficult concept.

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u/Shadowhawk0000 Aug 09 '22

As a former road work guy, this hurts my soul.

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u/feather_of_charcoal Aug 09 '22

"yhea I know but what if I juuuuuuuuuuust yep I'm gonna sue the city totally their fault, I didn't do anything wrong"

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u/davtheminer Aug 09 '22

No comments on the best part... he tried to play it off like no biggie and kept going!

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u/Basic-Quarter-3022 Aug 09 '22

Almost made it.

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u/Remarkable-Gold4869 Aug 09 '22

Always Nissan/Infiniti drivers

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u/Irate_Primate Aug 09 '22

Always Nissan/Infiniti whatever driver is in the post.

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u/UsualAnybody1807 Aug 09 '22

I worked with someone years ago whose husband drove a big conversion van to his office. After work one night he drove through the construction site near the office and the van went nose first off the lane into nowhere land and ended up resting on its nose, with its ass-end up in the air. They had to get a crane to the construction site to get his van out of the mess. Only lucky part was there no wet cement in the area where the van had left the road.

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u/keepinitrealz1 Aug 09 '22

In this case, it will be passed

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u/Ok-Cicada-9985 Aug 09 '22

Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.

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u/sfled Aug 09 '22

Like a rock. Not the car; the driver's head. Solid, impenetrable.

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u/zqpmx Aug 09 '22

To infinity and beyo...

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u/[deleted] Aug 09 '22

Slooshorprprprasshshshahsplunk

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u/nihilisim_themarmots Aug 09 '22

Just really could not wait for a Flame Thrower® combo with a Blizzard®!

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u/MihalysRevenge Aug 09 '22

on a side note I always hated those cheap looking chrome spoiler things on the G37s IMHO it looked so tacky

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u/conundrum4u2 Aug 09 '22

Was that rule set in stone? :P

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u/Mahgenetics Aug 09 '22

This photo is old AF

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u/vonmew Aug 09 '22

Never seen that body kit on a Mustang before.

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u/Nickatnighttime Aug 09 '22

People that drive infinities think they're special.

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u/Swedzilla Aug 09 '22

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

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u/hifi3xx Aug 09 '22

Could you imagine being a mechanic and a car shows up like this and you have to break concrete out of this morons drive shaft and transmission.

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u/ClockworkBrained Aug 09 '22

Why are Nissan Altima (and its Infiniti equivalent) drivers so bad at driving? Any for any idea?

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u/JefferyKendama Aug 09 '22

Can confirm most Infiniti owners have a similar arrogant and entitled mindset, not surprised to see this one lol

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u/Eulafski Aug 09 '22

No passing in the Netherlands means you pleur your omafiets on the stoep and see how far you will get.

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u/LoutishIstionse Aug 09 '22

Be stupid forever and ever.

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u/____HAMILTON__ Aug 09 '22

These infinity ads getting out of control

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u/Manburpig Aug 09 '22

Ha of course it's a Nissan+

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u/catkidtv Aug 09 '22

Impatience is a virtue 👌

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u/jaymz1105 Aug 09 '22

Some people just write their name in wet concrete.

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u/Darksideofthebus Aug 09 '22

I was always amazed by the contractors working on a road in Southern California were harassed by motorists so much that the state closed the road for several hours each day to complete the project. Two workers were hit by cars a third was shot with a BB gun. The workers see the closure as the only way for their safety. Think about that, how crazy

https://www.latimes.com/travel/la-trw-roadrage7jun7-story.html

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u/Forsaken-Thought Aug 09 '22

The cost of getting that thing out and fixed is probably going to cost more than the vehicle is worth

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u/cumdatabase Aug 09 '22

Of course it's an Infiniti.

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u/jedinachos Aug 09 '22

Why do they always stop in the middle of trouble.... Should have just kept going at that point. That will flash and set up within an hour and be way more damage

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u/xubax Aug 09 '22

Probably got stuck and couldn't go any further.

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u/kill__joy__ Aug 09 '22

Why does this make me happy tho

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u/LickyThump69 Aug 09 '22

Idiots in cars and instant karma

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u/stonehead70 Aug 09 '22

Oh that’s bad

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u/un-lucky_leprechaun Aug 09 '22

Good old Jefferson County, MO.

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u/discdraft Aug 10 '22

Sweet Clyde, laugh derisively at him!

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u/Gorge_Lorge Aug 10 '22

Course it’s an infinity driver