Discussion in 'Train, Truck, Car or Motorcycle' started by DeathsDoor, May 14, 2017.
Speeding and sudden stopping don't mix
Maybe safety belts would have helped.
Truck be like- did a mosquito just bite my ass?
Nope, just that jerk that kept tailgating me. Smh
Seatbelts would have helped the people in the backseat. Broken legs, ribs but prob alive.
But how many people wear a seatbelt on long car trips if you are in the back?
Never seen the Thai's wear rear seat belts and i have spent 5-6 years there in the last 10. I would say that maybe 1 out of 50 wear a front seat belt. i have only ever seen 2 child's seats in 10 years, their attitude to safety is ridiculous, that's why many pictures appear on here of road accidents are from Thailand.
Many times i have seen a broken down bus or truck in the middle of the motorway at night without any lights, they will put a bin or a tree branch 20 feet behind it as a sort of warning.
Very dangerous place to drive.
That poor truck`s got a fuckin car shoved up it`s ass .
Second pic looks like a poodle in what used to be the drivers seat
Up in Africa it's the same, when you see a branch you know there's a pothole the size of your car not too far ahead. They will also never use triangles only rocks or branches. Eversince the increase in corruption after 1994 here in SA you can get a road worthy certificate for your car with a few beers. That means most of the minibus taxis uses cardboard for brake pads.
Unfortunately not, it's more like a dead airbag.
I don't understand when you take a driver's test i guess seatbelts are optional in there country shm
Dude lost his muffler.
That's why mum and dad always tell you top wear your Seat Belts kids
if one of them had that Crash Helmet on they might have survived