Dodge Performs Amazing Ice Dance Routine While Avoiding Camry

If you’re ever unfortunate enough as to lose control of your car and slide uncontrollably towards incoming traffic, this right here would probably be the best outcome you could hope for.

All together, four different cars managed to escape this incident with little to no damage, and we’re including the Dacia/Renault Logan that forced the driver of the Dodge Nitro to take evasive action in the first place.

Whether or not the Nitro was speeding to begin with is hard to assess. But it’s a possibility seen as how it was already “off-road” by the time the Logan slotted back into its own lane – suggesting panic.

As for the other two cars, as far as we can tell the driver of the dashcam vehicle had no choice but to stop completely and hope the SUV wouldn’t hit them, while that silver sedan was also presented with few options, banking right being the safest one.

In the end, the Nitro missing those two cars while spinning all over the road was simply a matter of luck. The driver did nothing more than slam on the brakes and keep the wheels pointing right until the car came to a halt. So no, it wasn’t the perfect snow drift.


  • Craig

    More ‘luck’ than anything else. Wasn’t it? That said… I forgot about the Dodge Nitro.

    • Bill Nguyen

      Remember the Dodge Caliber? Haha.

      • Craig

        Unfortunately. Yes. I do. Then again the SRT4 version was OK. Sort of.

    • Bo Hanan

      This is called “the hand of God” captured on video.
      And the idiot who started this and kept going will reap…

  • Liam Paul

    good thing for that toyota sarah harding wasnt driving

  • LeStori

    Looks like the Dodge driver panicked and swerved because my impression is that at the worst, a slight braking would have allowed them to avoid the incident with out the dramatic swerving. They were also lucky that the Dodge did not have any grip once it was in a slide otherwise they would have done that SUV thing. Roll without the rock.

  • Honda NSX-R

    Perfect to watch while listening to this


  • The Russian Ballet is famous for a reason. So elegant.


  • reminds me of the old time isuzu gemini commercial.

  • Marty

    Why the heck did that driver want to pass that truck?!
    Judging by the abysmal breaking and steering performance the speed of those cars was already too high.

    • Miknik

      It occured in Russia. Do you really require more info?

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