If you think you’re having a bad day, spare a thought for the owners of the Mercedes-Benz A-Class, Hyundai i20, and Porsche Macan that recently had their cars damaged by an unlicensed driver.
This incident occurred in Australia last week and was captured on the dashcam of a motorist parked nearby. A few seconds after the video starts, a black Toyota Camry comes into view and slams into the rear of the Mercedes-Benz, pushing it into a red Hyundai i20 which was then pushed into the back of a white Porsche Macan GTS.
The Camry was probably traveling at around 50 km/h (31 mph) when it hit the rear of the A-Class and inevitably caused a significant amount of damage. In fact, the cammer says that both the Mercedes and the Hyundai were declared write-offs because of the damage they sustained. The Porsche only got a light tap on its rear bumper and will be repairable.
It is alleged that the driver of the Toyota Camry was unlicensed and was on bail at the time of the crash. There’s a good chance they didn’t have insurance either.
The goof thing is that it doesn’t appear as though anyone was injured in the crash and just before the end of the video, the driver of the Camry can be seen getting out of the car, showing no signs of injury.