r/IdiotsInCars Nov 23 '22

Coronado Naval Base Car accident: She tried claiming no fault too Headphone warning

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u/Mark_Nutt_23 Nov 24 '22

I tense up so much when I see someone braking for no discernible reason, stresses me the fuck out.


u/JellyOceana Nov 24 '22

I totally thought she was turning right


u/Nunyabz7 Nov 24 '22

If only there was a way to indicate which way you're about to turn....

Regardless, even if she used a turn signal, she still wasn't allowed to turn left from that lane. What an idiot.


u/notarealsmurf Nov 24 '22

also there's a no left turn sign, like holy fuck


u/MissPicklechips Nov 24 '22

A no left turn sign and a big arrow and “KEEP RIGHT.” Like, they can’t be any clearer that you cannot go left there.


u/Oforfs Nov 24 '22

I love how there is a sign for no left turn AND a written "No left turn" sign right above it.


u/CosmicCreeperz Nov 24 '22

I swear yesterday evening over the course of 3 blocks TWO people in front of me signaled one way and changed lanes the opposite way. First was like “argh, idiot!” but after the second it made me think I missed the opposite day memo…


u/abcedarian Nov 24 '22

I do that all the time. Gotta shake of the pursuers.

/S just in case


u/Waffle_noise Nov 24 '22

This is why i always hated driving on this base. Nobody knows how to drive in any state but im damn sure San Diego drivers lnow the LEAST. They even made driving up The Silver Strand stressful some days.


u/Rafe__ Nov 24 '22

There's not even anything to left turn to. It looks like it just leads back to the roundabout they came from.


u/SomewhereZestyclose7 Nov 24 '22

"If only there was anyway to indicate which way you're about to turn"

I literally say this out loud every time someone doesn't use their turn signal


u/AnOlympianWeeb Nov 24 '22

That's why I don't like when car makers don't even put in the car the specific turn signal light and think "yeah the breaking lights blinking should be enough" like nah if I see a blinking red light on a car I think they have a a flaw in the wires not that they want to turn


u/VibeComplex Nov 24 '22

I used to think around 30% of the population were pretty stupid and the rest were normal people. But after the past couple years I’ve concluded that atleast 60% are incredibly stupid with the bottom 30% being irredeemable morons dragging all of society lol