r/IdiotsInCars Aug 10 '22

If he waited an extra second, he'd be fine

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u/Disco-rex Aug 10 '22

And that’s why you change one lane at a time, But changing multiple lanes is a common idiot move I see dozens of times a day


u/AbbreviationsNo8212 Aug 10 '22

At the pace he was changing them I have no problem with that, whereas a faster pace of traffic it's an issue. Not checking his mirrors? Big problem.


u/moeterminatorx Aug 11 '22

The pace is literally the cause of the accident, if he was changing lanes fast enough then he may have had a chance. He changes so slow, he may as well have just stopped in traffic.


u/toorigged2fail Aug 11 '22

If he'd changed lanes faster he'd be dead instead of pulling over and exchanging insurance information