Driver regrets brake checking a lorry when the truck rear-ends their car and shatters the windscreen

Driver swiftly regrets brake checking a lorry when the truck rear-ends their car and shatters the back windscreen

  •  A car driver in Poland chose to exercise his road rage with the wrong person
  • Travelling on the E28 motorway outside of Gdansk the car brake checks a truck 
  •  With no chance at slowing in time, the truck driver ends up rear ending the car

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A driver in Poland has learnt to pick his battles more carefully after an attempt to brake check a truck caused him to be rear ended.

The two motorists were heading northbound on the E28 motorway near to Gdansk when traffic began to build on the road.

The slip-road at the oncoming junction had been blocked up by another white truck causing a small tailback. 

Attempting to avoid a bottleneck, the driver of the blue saloon, pulls into the inside lane, right in front of the truck. 

The impatient swerve puts the car in close proximity with the truck, something the driver appears to take umbrage at.

Surprisingly, rather than speeding up to increase the distance between the two, the driver hammers the brake.

The driver swerves into the inside lane in an attempt to avoid getting stuck behind the white truck

Driver regrets brake checking a lorry when the truck rear-ends their car and shatters the windscreen

The saloon driver brakes suddenly, giving the truck driver little time to react and nowhere to go to avoid the car

Driver regrets brake checking a lorry when the truck rear-ends their car and shatters the windscreen

After the crash, the car is left with a smashed brake light and rear windscreen as it makes its way to the side of the road

By choosing to slam on at a point with no where for the other driver to go, the truck can’t swerve to avoid the saloon car or slow down in time.

The truck driver is forced to slam into the back of the car, shunting it forward and shattering its rear windscreen.

The car driver begins to sheepishly pull over crossing back over the lane of traffic and onto the right hand side, further blocking part of the on-ramp to the motorway.

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