- In the video the man is seen abruptly changing lanes into a small gap
- Car is then suddenly rear-ended by another vehicle after braking once in lane
- It appears that the driver did not get the reaction he was hoping for online
A driver has bragged about being cleared of any liability from his insurance company following a car crash.
The video, shared on Dash Cam Owners Australia, shows a driver pulling onto a main road from a side street.
The driver quickly moves from the left to the centre lane, forcing him to brake quickly at a red light.
An Australian driver who bragged about being cleared of any liability following a car crash has been panned on social media
A Mercedes can then be seen rear ending the driver.
Despite his claim he was ‘found not at fault’, the driver was slammed by viewers online who argued that he was the one who caused the accident.
One commentor user wrote: ‘You literally sped up to merge in front of the Mercedes and then jumped on your brakes.
‘The mercedes has left a safe distance between himself and the car in front and you merged in front and slammed your brakes on and caused an accident.’
The video, shared on Dash Cam Owners Australia, shows a driver pulling onto a main road from a side street
Another user also criticised the driver: ‘Turned a safe distance between vehicles into an unsafe one by moving into the middle lane.
‘Very hard for the vehicle behind to reinstate that safe gap in just seconds.
‘Dash Cam car certainly the cause of the crash!’
One person did jump to the man’s aid.
Despite his claim he was ‘found not at fault’, the driver was slammed by viewers online who argued that he was the one who caused the accident
The user wrote: ‘It’s called driving to the conditions.
‘Dash cam owner managed to f****** stop, if the stupid p**** in the Merc couldn’t that’s not old mate’s fault.
‘Seeing as though they were so cautious in allowing plenty of room, they had plenty of time to brake.
‘You snowflakes whinging about this scenario would be f***** on the M1 in peak hour at 5.30am where this driving and sudden braking is common.’