Russia’s Reckless Driving Habits Are Apparently Contagious


Dashcams: Allowing Eastern Europe to get famous one crash at a time.

People use the phrase “light at the end of the tunnel” to signify hope in times of hardship. Unfortunately for this driver in Yalta Sevastopol, a portion of Ukraine that was annexed by Russia, the light at the end of the tunnel turned out to be another car’s headlights. In a fittingly dark way, this driver inherited the bad driving habits that seem to be ubiquitous in Russia and shut down an entire tunnel. The driver at fault was distracted and merged into the oncoming lane of traffic as they entered the tunnel.

Fortunately, the accident only managed to cause traffic headaches and no major injuries.

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