Entitlement in a $150k 4WD: Crazy moment a P-plater in a Range Rover crosses double lines and drives on the wrong side of the road to bypass a Sydney traffic jam
- Shocking footage shows a P-plate driver force his way into busy traffic in Sydney
- The driver of the white Range Rover can be seen veering past waiting traffic
- Footage of the high-risk incident has left many social media users stunned
An impatient P-plater in a $150,000 four-wheel-drive has been caught skipping the queue at a busy intersection with an illegal manoeuvre.
Shocking footage shows the inexperienced driver force his way through a red light and into busy traffic along Parramatta Road at Strathfield, in Sydney’s inner west.
The driver of the white Range Rover Sport was captured on dashcam pulling up behind the queue of waiting vehicles on Mosely Street before losing patience.
The P-plater’s luxury four-wheel-drive, which is a 2018 model, retails for $150,000.
The driver of the white Range Rover was captured on dashcam pulling up behind the queue of waiting vehicles before losing patience
After a few seconds the four-wheel-drive can be seen swerving out of the notorious bottlekneck of cars, veering across double white lines and driving on the wrong side of the road.
The driver of the Range Rover can then be seen forcing his way into the busy traffic.
Footage of the incident, which has been shared on The Ray Hadley Morning Show Facebook page, has left many social media users stunned.
‘Interesting move from a novice driver. In an expensive vehicle too. Mummy and Daddy might not approve,’ one person said.
‘P-plater and Range Rover. The two biggest clowns on the road,’ another person said.
‘This is how a lot of P platers drive……they believe the P stands for privileged!’
The bottlekneck had formed at Mosely St (pictured) in Sydney’s Inner West, when the incident happened
After a few seconds the luxury vehicle can be seen swerving out of the line of cars, he veers across the double lines and into the lane for on-coming vehicles