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Video that proves people can't indicate in Toowoomba

The motorist was travelling north on Ruthven St when they started indicating. Hilarity ensued.
The motorist was travelling north on Ruthven St when they started indicating. Hilarity ensued.

MOTORISTS in Toowoomba have long been accused of not being able to use indicators correctly.

Now a video has emerged that proves this is true, for one driver at least.

The hilarious footage, posted to YouTube, shows a motorist heading north on Ruthven St towards James St.

The motorist indicates right before turning the indicators off.

They then indicate left before changing their mind and indicating right again. Then left again, then right. 

Finally the motorist continues straight on Ruthven St.

Rosie's Dashcam uploaded the video with the title "In the end, it doesn't even matter".

"He tried so hard," the user wrote.

Well, at least they tried.

Send your dash cam footage to news@thechronicle.com.au.

 

 

Are Toowoomba motorists good at indicating?

This poll ended on 30 November 2016.

Current Results

Yes

10%

No

89%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

Topics:  dash cam dash cam footage ruthven st toowoomba



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