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CRASH & DASH Horrifying moment as motorists crash on the freeway while dashcam footage divides opinions – but who’s right?

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HORRIBLE footage showing a collision between two cars on a freeway has divided opinion on who is to blame.

Dashcam video shows an orange Fiat 500 making a left turn on a road in Australia while attempting to change lanes.

The driver uses the left turn signal at the same time as the maneuver, but does not appear to be checking her blind spot.

Despite the dash cam driver honking, the Fiat crashes into the front right side of her car, spins, and then comes to a stop on the other side of the street.

Who is responsible for the crash has sparked heated debate on Dash Cam Owners Australia’s Facebook page, attracting over 3000 comments.

“Before you honk the horn, try stepping on the brakes,” wrote a person who sided with the Fiat driver.

“You obviously saw that she wanted to fuse. Be the better person and avoid the added hassle.”

Another at Team Fiat wrote: “What on earth was I just looking at…if you don’t see that as a driver…probably a good idea to turn in your driver’s license.”

Some keen eyes of the dashcam driver accelerated from about 72 km/h (44 mph) to 76 km/h 47 mph seconds before the crash.

“They drove into their blind spot and then didn’t bother to swerve,” commented one user.

“These few km/h could just as well have been taken back.”

Others, however, sided with the dashcam driver by writing: “Fiat is to blame and should revoke your driver’s license.” You are a dangerous driver!”

“The Fiat driver should have stopped after the horn blew,” wrote another.

“They put blinkers and think they’re entitled to just move. Indicate, look, then change lanes when it’s safe to do so,” wrote another

“Proof that an indicator doesn’t give you a special protective bubble to do whatever you want,” added a third.

Some suggested that if automakers linked the horn to the brake pedal, there would be fewer road accidents.

“I think Tesla and all other manufacturers developing autonomous driving technology could help reduce accidents if they just made the horn put pressure on the brake pedal… time to step up Elon,” one wrote.

HORRIBLE footage showing a collision between two cars on a freeway has divided opinion on who is to blame.

Dashcam video shows an orange Fiat 500 making a left turn on a road in Australia while attempting to change lanes.

The driver uses the left turn signal at the same time as the maneuver, but does not appear to be checking her blind spot.

Despite the dash cam driver honking, the Fiat crashes into the front right side of her car, spins, and then comes to a stop on the other side of the street.

Who is responsible for the crash has sparked heated debate on Dash Cam Owners Australia’s Facebook page, attracting over 3000 comments.

“Before you honk the horn, try stepping on the brakes,” wrote a person who sided with the Fiat driver.

“You obviously saw that she wanted to fuse. Be the better person and avoid the added hassle.”

Another at Team Fiat wrote: “What on earth was I just looking at…if you don’t see that as a driver…probably a good idea to turn in your driver’s license.”

Some keen eyes of the dashcam driver accelerated from about 72 km/h (44 mph) to 76 km/h 47 mph seconds before the crash.

“They drove into their blind spot and then didn’t bother to swerve,” commented one user.

“These few km/h could just as well have been taken back.”

Others, however, sided with the dashcam driver by writing: “Fiat is to blame and should revoke your driver’s license.” You are a dangerous driver!”

“The Fiat driver should have stopped after the horn blew,” wrote another.

Dashcam video shows an orange Fiat 500 making a left turn on a road in Australia while attempting to change lanes.

“Proof that an indicator doesn’t give you a special protective bubble to do whatever you want,” added a third.

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