r/dashcamgifs • u/vacantterror • Jan 20 '23
Is he doing that on purpose? I can't tell.
u/em1091 Jan 20 '23
Definitely not. Either something crucial to the steering broke or it’s a medical event.
u/Wardencliff-Tower Jan 23 '23
Well now I feel bad for laughing
u/Astranabis Jan 20 '23
Honestly looks like the poor guy had a seizure... He seems to have twitched initially then kept seizing until he lost conciseness with the wheel turned to the right...
Jan 21 '23
I don't remember if this was video was posted before and a source confirmed it was actually a seizure, or it could have been a similar one. Point is that looks more like a medical emergency than a mechanical failure.
u/tat21985 Jan 20 '23
Maybe a medical event?
u/Empathetic_Orch Jan 20 '23
Vibing to the music a little too hard.
u/rearadmiraldumbass Jan 21 '23
Doesn't seem like a steering component. Might be a failed wheel?
u/dubufeetfak Jan 23 '23
Im guessing a seizure and they tried to keep damages low, seems like they're trying to keep car off-road after first collision. Kinda sad
u/scream-sayonara Jan 21 '23
My first thought was a seizure
u/tekkie1618 Jan 20 '23
It's explained every time this clip is reposted...
u/skyeyemx Jan 21 '23
Care to explain for us, o wise one?
u/PillsAndBills Jan 20 '23
Oh no, apologies we didn't scour Reddit for the post first. Thanks neckbeard!
u/egus Jan 20 '23
CV joint broke
u/daremosan Jan 21 '23
When you see him come around and hit the car again at the end say "boop" it really adds to the video.
u/CyBerImPlaNt Jan 20 '23
Broken tie rod likely