We’re big fans associated with dash cameras around these components. Not only do dashcam-owning motorists frequently offer us with entertaining videos to publish about, they also contribute to making America’s streets safer, capturing road users’ misbehaviors and making it that much simpler for the police to track them straight down and/or charge them. This video clip showing a C6 Corvette carrying out a drift through an intersection serves as an excellent example of why having a dashcam may be beneficial for any American driver.
The particular action in this clip starts right before the one-minute mark as the drivers enters an intersection and works on to turn left on a green light. Since the driver rolls out into the intersection, the dark-colored sports coupe of some kind with a burnt-out headlight can be seen carrying out a smoky drift to the left of the filmer’s vehicle. A black C6 Corvette is also seen in the background and comes after the vehicle with the burnt-out headlight.
The C6 Corvette then re-enters the frame as it drifts round the filmer’s vehicle. It’s hard to state based on this footage, but it appears as though the Corvette driver do a full drift around the filmer prior to taking off down the street. This startles the driving force, who decides to call the authorities and report the incident.
Shortly after pulling away from the intersection, the filmer seems to misidentify the automobile that did the donut. The black Dodge Challenger can be seen moving their vehicle in the left street, which they report as being the car that will did the donut. This is unusual, though, as neither of the automobiles that performed donuts was an Opposition. It’s easy to see why they produced this error, seeing as the Opposition is also black and has a similar sports coupe shape, but we just wish her mistake didn’t result in the particular Challenger driver getting wrapped upward in this ordeal.
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— Mike McEachern
Mike loves to write and has a passion pertaining to auto racing, karting and functionality driving of all types.