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    Re: The Bad Drivers of Ontario Thread

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    Might not be engineered to take a hit from the roof. It doesn't seem like it would be a common occurrence.
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    Re: The Bad Drivers of Ontario Thread

    The first time I saw that picture it took me a while to figure out what I was looking at... apparently the MTO uses gundanium to build their signs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Baggsy View Post
    Might not be engineered to take a hit from the roof. It doesn't seem like it would be a common occurrence.
    That's what I would think as well. Actually I don't think any vehicle takes hitting a sturdy narrow post very well at any angle
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    Descriptions from youtube. Driver intentionally shifted his car into reverse and rammed my stationary vehicle at the intersection of Mavis & Eglinton. Notice in the footage how the driver leans over on to the passenger seat to brace for the anticipated impact.
    Driver then got out of the vehicle and acted like I rear ended him. As soon as I mentioned that I caught the whole thing on dash cam, he jumped back into his vehicle and sped off.
    Luckily I had the impact footage recorded on dash cam and was able to provide the video footage to police and insurance.
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    Do you think speed was a factor?


    what vehicle did that used to be?
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    Whatever it was, it's now an in-poster.

    News report the occupants suffered post-traumatic stress.
    The odd times I felt I'd approached the truth, it rested on the premise that people are essentially good and smart.

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    You can get a different angle of the vehicle if you go here and go to 1:11

    https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/wrecka...rash-1.3743371

    About the only reliably distinctive feature I can see is that it has BBS LM style wheels.
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    Re: The Bad Drivers of Ontario Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by TwistedKestrel View Post
    You can get a different angle of the vehicle if you go here and go to 1:11

    https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/wrecka...rash-1.3743371

    About the only reliably distinctive feature I can see is that it has BBS LM style wheels.
    My first thought when I saw the wheels was Cayenne, but nothing else in the wreck rang any bells for me.

    The two people were identified and were both quite sketchy individuals with pending criminal cases. I wouldn't be that surprised if they were seeing how fast a stolen Porsche could go.

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    Re: The Bad Drivers of Ontario Thread

    A friend of a friend recorded this one in Woodbridge. Start watching liveleak at ~1:00 or youtube from the beginning.

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    https://www.liveleak.com/view?i=b99_1515436195

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    https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/watch-car...ight-1.3750048
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    Way to go grandma...pedal to the metal ... thank goodness no one was seriously hurt

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    Not Ontario, but worthy of this thread:
    The Big Map of Ontario's Best Roads.

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    Re: The Bad Drivers of Ontario Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by shanekingsley View Post
    Not Ontario, but worthy of this thread:
    here's a dash cam video of the flight...lol

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1DRhHMy-D4E
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