Mexican Road Rage Incident Ends Badly For Chevy Driver, Guy Watching It Has A Blast

The thing about road rage incidents is that their outcome is always unpredictable. You never know what lies at the end of it, but most of the times it doesn’t end well.

The following video recorded in Mexico reveals a situation that happens all too often in traffic: drivers cutting each other off.

The dashcam footage starts peacefully, with a Nissan and Chevrolet driving side by side for a while. At one point, the driver of the Nissan signals his intention to enter the Chevy’s lane as a pickup truck slows him down.

However, the Chevrolet drives in parallel with the truck at a similar speed, effectively blocking the Nissan’s way. From then on, things started to escalate as the driver of the Japanese car became visibly frustrated.

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At one point, he spotted a very small gap and decided to take it. As he cut the other driver off, he nudged the Chevy’s front bumper, tearing it off. The driver of the damaged car went berserk and tried to teach the other guy a lesson.

There’s an added bonus in the video if you can understand Spanish, as you’ll be able to enjoy a very passionate commentary from the driver of the car with the dashcam.

The man seems to enjoy very much being a witness to a traffic violation and gives his best to make viewers feel like watching the world cup final of road rage accidents.

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