How can they see where they’re going? Motorist spotted driving with car bonnet UP over a busy road bridge
- Car spotted driving across the Ravenel Bridge, South Carolina, with bonnet up
- The driver continued driving for more than two minutes before safely pulling up
- Viral video, posted online by Tony Gentile, has gathered more than 100k views
This is the terrifying moment a car was spotted driving across a bridge in South Carolina with its bonnet up.
During the startling footage the vehicle was filmed driving across the Ravenel Bridge for just over two minutes before it appeared to slow down and pull up in a safe location.
Despite the obstruction, the white car miraculously manages to drive in a straight line along the right-hand lane before pulling up once off the bridge.
The white car drives across the Ravenel Bridge in South Carolina with its bonnet up during the terrifying footage
The vehicles manages to drive in a straight line and continues along the right-hand side for more than two minutes
The video was posted on Facebook by Tony Gentile and has since gathered more than 100,000 views
The video was posted on Facebook by Tony Gentile under the heading: ‘Unbelievable I cannot believe that this person is driving like this’.
The footage has been widely shared on social media and has since gathered more than 100,000 views on Facebook, with many stating the driver was left with no alternative but to continue driving along the bridge.
One social media user commented: ‘Have had this happen to me years ago…you can still see through the gap at the bottom of the windshield.
‘Which allows you to pull off at a safe place. That bridge is not a safe place to stop if you are able to continue to a safer place…such as the shell station that driver is about to stop at.’
One social media user commented that the bridge is not a safe place to stop and the driver was left with no alternative but to continue
Once the driver is off the bridge they slow down before eventually indicating to show that they are pulling up
Another person said: ‘What is he suppose to do? Stop in the middle of the bridge? He pulled over as soon as he could.’
Another user wrote: ‘He did the right thing getting off the bridge at low speed. He could see out the sides to manage the line.
‘Always avoid being stranded or stopped on that bridge.’