How In The World Did This Driver Survive Jumping Off The Side Of A Mountain

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He’s extremely lucky.

As enthusiasts, we love pushing our cars on curvy back roads. While that can be a lot of fun, it can also be a scary experience if things don’t go as planned. The driver in the video below was in a tunnel when he decided to mash the throttle in his modified Subaru Forester. Unfortunately, the driver thought that the tunnel ended with a straightway instead of a tight left turn. But it was already too late. The driver attempted to correct the situation by counter-steering, but still lost the back end of the vehicle.

Let this be a lesson to pay attention, be safe and know the road before going for a spirited drive.

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