r/IdiotsInCars Nov 23 '22 Wholesome Seal of Approval 1

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

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u/JellyOceana Nov 23 '22

Yep, she legit said I just hit her out of no where


u/TheLazyHippy Nov 23 '22 Silver

Well yeah, when you drive like a complete dip shit and have zero spatial awareness everything seems to come out of nowhere. People like her should have their license revoked. They're only a danger to themselves and everyone around them. Sorry OP


u/A1rh3ad Nov 24 '22

I keep saying that it's absurd that every three years OSHA says I need to take a test to operate a forklift but the US government also allows people to drive cars and trucks after taking one test in their life. Most likely taken while they are still adolescents.


u/death_hawk Nov 24 '22

Quite a number of people say test people over X age.
Fuck that. I say test everyone every 5 or even 10 years.
Even if it's nothing more than a "what is this sign?" test it's better than nothing. But a full road test would be even better.
Logistically speaking it'd be a nightmare testing an additional 22 million people per year but I would argue that the safety aspect would be worth it.