Speedy Coke Trucker Takes Out a Mercedes SLK 55 AMG in South Africa

You should listen to the narrator and creator of this video from South Africa, Maverick Jedi – he definitely knows his stuff and has an eye for accidents.

While rolling down a major freeway in the city of Pretoria on his motorcycle, he saw a Coca-Cola trucker driver going faster than he should and says: “Aye, aye! And they wonder why there are so many f…ing truck accidents here…Watch this, watch this, watch this…”

What he foresaw was the lorry blasting through the lights and smashing into another truck and a Mercedes SLK 55 AMG roadster. It seems no one was seriously injured, but the older driver of the Benz was in shock.

According to Maverick’s YouTube description, “The R21 into Pretoria, has a long down hill straight, that many trucks have under estimated the breaking required. This morning yet another driver loses it and takes out another truck and a SL55AMG.”

By John Halas


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