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Driver tries to force another car off a busy motorway in high-speed road rage attack

Terrifying moment a driver tries to force another car off a busy motorway in high-speed road rage attack during the afternoon school run

  • Two disgruntled drivers attempted to swerve each other off a busy highway 
  • A Holden Commodore overtook a Mercedes-Benz SUV during school pick-up
  • Driver of silver SUV switched to middle lane and was intercepted by black car
  • SUV sped up to black car and nearly forced it off highway onto emergency lane 

The terrifying moment a driver tried to force another car off the road on a busy Melbourne motorway has been caught on camera.  

Dashcam footage uploaded on ViralHog shows a dark Holden Commodore overtaking a silver Mercedes Benz M-class SUV during school pick-up hours on November 16. 

The motorist of the four-wheel drive, which switched to the middle lane, was intercepted again by the Holden sedan. 

Two disgruntled drivers attempted to dangerously swerve each other off a busy motorway

The Mercedes-Benz SUV appeared to speed up to the black car and nearly forced it off the highway on to the emergency lane. 

The driver of the Holden was captured yelling at the SUV driver and pointed their arms outside the window.

The Mercedes-Benz SUV then made a second attempt to ram the car off the highway, nearly forcing a terrifying collision.    

A parent was driving their kids home from school when the incident was captured.

‘I was driving to get my kids from school and witnessed some road rage that almost resulted in a huge accident,’ they said. 

A black car overtook the driver of a silver SUV in the right lane during school pick up hours

A black car overtook the driver of a silver SUV in the right lane during school pick up hours

The SUV sped up to black car and nearly forced it off highway onto emergency lane twice

The SUV sped up to black car and nearly forced it off highway onto emergency lane twice

‘I applaud their healthy release of anger. So much better than keeping it bottled up,’ one user wrote.  

A Victoria Police spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia no arrests have been made in relation to the road rage.

Police are investigating the incident. 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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