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Dashcam Crash: Entitled Truck Driver Attempts Rude Maneuver and Karma Wastes No Time

"I don't know how he even managed to do that," writes a viewer of the video.

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A truck driver is seen pulling out of a parking lot near a busy intersection in Moultonborough, New Hampshire. Displaying the entitlement of a driver who clearly doesn't believe the rules apply to him, he cuts the wrong way across traffic, cutting off a driver with a dashcam rolling. He attempts a needlessly aggressive left turn and finds out quickly what happens when drivers disrespect others on the road. Check out the video below, but be aware the driver of the car with the dashcam has some some understandably salty words after the incident.


We just hope everyone's okay in the truck on the receiving end of the ignorance. Uploaded by user @dashcamlessons, the clip evokes reactions from many who have watched it.

"I didn't let him go," writes @dashcamlessons. "He just kind of went."

"I don't know how he even managed to do that," writes commenter @whosaiden.

"He said, 'It's my turn, good luck everyone," says @bigeugenee.

"I like that he leans out the window like it's someone else's fault," notes @qweefwellington.

User @joejoe4431 seems to generalize this incident to truck drivers in general. "Pickup drivers are definitely the most aggressive," he says. "Probably 90 percent of road rage involves at least one pickup."

"LOL, people insist on driving trucks when they obviously can't handle anything bigger than a Fiat," surmises @yuzufrypan.

"Not only was he going the wrong direction in the far right lane, he crossed against traffic," notes @bilotali. "Multiple tickets there."

"Then he looks at the other truck like it was their fault," observes @tabkendall.

"This was a British response with an American accent," jokes @smegmacream69.

We post videos such as these as part of our coverage because we hope there are specific behaviors drivers can learn and implement to help make our roads safer for all of us.

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