Watch As This Man With Road Rage Gets Dose of ‘Instant Karma’

Images source: YouTubeBefore It’s News

This videographer going by the username Florida Driver posted video Wednesday, saying that she’d been tailed by the truck driver for three minutes.

“After about a minute, and me shaking my head, I pulled out my phone and started recording. I couldn’t move over because there were trucks in the right lane, and I sure as heck wasn’t going to speed on a rainy day with the roads being as slick as they were. I was turning left in about a half-mile when this happened,” the driver wrote.  

“Now bear in mind, that this guy had already passed a truck in a left turn lane, was tailgating and driving recklessly on a wet slick road, wasn’t paying attention, and all in all being an ignorant [A**].

In the full video which I will post later, you will be able to see that not once was I mouthing off, I never brake checked him, and in fact until I watched the video after the accident I didn’t even know he shot a bird at me because I wasn’t looking at him at all, I was paying attention to the road while holding the phone up with my right hand,” the driver continued.

Watch as the man driving the black Ford pickup truck passed this driver and changed lanes, he lost control and spun out into a grassy median.

“That’s what you get,” the woman filming yelled as she laughed.

Watch what the incident as it unfolded (Content warning: offensive hand gesture):


According to the driver who recorded the footage, the man in the truck fled the scene but with the video, law enforcement were able to identify and charge the driver.

“This moron could have easily killed somebody with his moronic behavior, and my laughing at the end would have been replaced with tears. Needless to say though, I’ve never seen Karma come back so fast,” the videographer wrote.

19 thoughts on “Watch As This Man With Road Rage Gets Dose of ‘Instant Karma’

  1. Karma is GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!! 🙂 What a fricking jerk! I hate drivers like that, and I am glad to see he wrecked, he deserved it!

  2. I agree with the comments at “before its news”. Courtesy is important on the road. To block the passing lane when someone wants to pass you is unacceptable — and dangerous.
    Unfortunately, courtesy is no longer taught in schools.

    1. Thanks, Gary Hunt, for mentioning the fact that the girl in front failed to get over, out of the passing lane. She DID have ample opportunity to either get over or speed-up, and the roads weren’t wet. Then, when the truck tried to pass on the right, it appears that the car speeded-up to prevent the truck from passing.

      She pointed the camera down to show that she doing the speed limit, but unless she was going to make a left turn, she should have been in the right lane.

      I have driven in Florida… Interstate-4 is one of the worst road rage highways in the country, and if you drive less than 70 MPH on Interstate-75 you will get run over. The only thing that pisses me off big-time is when someone in the passing lane, is either asleep at the wheel with the cruise control on or, intentionally cruising at the same speed as the guy in the right lane, which blocks both lanes. The inconsiderate act of failing to get over and yielding to faster traffic, forces crazy people to take drastic measures; such as using an exit or entrance lane to pass, or for a big 4-wheeler (like the truck in the video) to pass on the grassy, dirt shoulder. This can cause a multiple-car accident, which would not be an act of Karma.

      When I taught my kids to drive, I told them to never flip the bird at an asshole driver, regardless of how angry they get. I explained that many people keep loaded pistols in the car and may be itching to use it on someone.

      Patience is a virtue, but unlikely if you are in a hurry to get somewhere and, Karma can be a double-edged sword.

      1. The beauty of Karma is that the “recorder” is ALWAYS on, taping our every action and the “intent” behind our every action. At every moment we are either getting “credits” or “demerits”, and the Great Accountant in the sky is always on the job, keeping track of EVERYONE.

        If the driver of this vehicle was deliberately impeding the truck driver with malicious intent, no matter how subtle the thought/action was, then, one better believe, the malicious action will return when she least expects it.

        The beauty of Karma, cause and effect, is that it is taking place at every moment of our lives. Best to impress a/the God(s) with righteous action, since it will be returning 10 fold.

          1. What I find interesting about this Karma, Inretrospect, is how my Ego is so intimately connected to “what happens next”. Case in point: Driving. I’m one of those who follows the speed limit, religiously. And when I’m on the freeway, I’m almost always in the “slow” lane. In fact, I practically live in that lane. I like to keep the RPM’s just below the 2K level since I know I’m getting optimum gas mileage that way, and while driving my Tundra, 2K would be about 60 mph.

            Anyway, I must confess, I have an issue with my Ego. I don’t like it when someone is tailgating me, and in the slow lane, going the speed limit, allows me that advantage of knowing I’m not hindering anyone else’s Ego and keeping mine at bay. However, on single lane roads, one in each direction, it seems when I go the speed limit these days, that most everyone is in a hurry and wants to go faster. When I find someone right there about to nudge my bumper, I can feel my Mind, activated by my Ego, getting pissed. Fair enough, I am going the speed limit and they are the ones “in a hurry”, but why me? Well, I justify it by “this experience” being my “karma”; testing my resolve; helping me tame my Ego. And when I go to that place in my mind “Well, this is my karma”, all of a sudden, something quite nice happens. I immediately think that the person breathing down my neck is my brother or sister or even my mother (who has past on now) and I can’t get mad at them so I kind of let go of the anger and, if need be, I pull over and let them pass. There is some resistance inside, at first, I can feel my Ego bad mouthing them on the subtle, but when I stop listening to my internal conversation and I actually pull over and see them pass, I feel tremendous relief and gratitude that I didn’t get caught up in the “drama”. I guess I feel more at ease with myself and less stressed out that way, and my Ego loses some of it’s influence over my tendency towards aggressive actions. It’s kind’a like, well, I can have a skirmish with their ego with the potential for “anything” to happen, or I can take the path of least resistance, by taming my own ego and getting less stressed, to live to see another day.

            What one puts out DOES come back. I prefer to feel the nourishing, positive support of Nature, it feels better all around.

          2. European American,
            I find in my travels that other than myself there are two other distinctive types of drivers.
            Maniacs and Idiots.
            I don’t care what the speed limit is and what the excuse is. The Idiots drive the speed limit or below on every straight stretch of road where the conditions will not allow you to pass them. Idiots impede my progress.
            And then there are the Maniacs. I am driving 10 mph above the speed limit and here comes the Maniac, right up against my bumper. Then he jumps out to pass on a blind curve.
            One is trying to steal the ticks of my life, and the other is trying to kill me outright.
            The fact is I am always in a hurry, thus it is a challenge to keep my temper in check. It would take a strong offense, but if pushed over the edge, I will not be mistreated by anyone.
            That being said, I have to admire your solution as I must confess I absolutely prefer feeling good to feeling angry or bad. 🙂

    2. Hi Gary,

      “Courtesy” is NOT suppose to be taught in schools,… knowledge is.

      Courtesy, and other manners and values,.. is suppose to be taught at home,… BY THE PARENTS.

      Probably could be considered a unique perspective in a time of tyranny and the Nation-State now acting as mother, father, aunt, uncle, priest,.. but that is how stupid Americans have let this country get destroyed,.. by abdicating their parental and citizen responsiblities,… to the pyscho-paths.

      Now look at the mess we have.

      JD – US Marines – Its starts by taking back, and performing OUR moral and legal obligations as parents to our children,… and the custodians of our Constitution and Bill Of Rights. Until we start doing that,.. there is zero chance of restoring what has been stolen,… and given up by Americans.

      1. When I was in school, courtesy, morality, knowledge, and even how to learn, were taught in school.
        They were also taught at home, though the knowledge part was only supplemental to the school part.
        Say “please”, and, “Thank you”.
        Thank you!

      2. The true issue that confronts the future of Humankind is not a circumstance with containing and sustaining biological matter; it is the spiritual consequence of individual Human free will and conscience in the arena of ‘good’ verses ‘evil’. However, even if the intellect of humankind can evolve to this point of realization, they will still be trapped in a dilemma because even though the deeds of ‘good’ and ‘evil’ are opposites, reality and circumstance are the factors that will define what is right and wrong in the eyes of the beholder [IMHO].

  3. I’ve got a better road rage story. Wish I had it on film.

    I turn south on a moderately busy fourlane city street, and notice a guy keeping pace and raving at me through his open car window. I don’t know what the hell the guy is upset about, but he seems to think I have done him wrong and appears mad as hell.

    We are doing the speed limit, about 40 mph, and he is still flipping me off and screaming through his open window. Halfway down the block, I lift one finger off my steering wheel and point at the stopped car in front of him. He is too enraged to notice and crashes at a full 40 mph into the rear of the stopped vehicle. I remember seeing the front of his vehicle fold in like an accordian as the sight quickly left my window view.

    I felt bad for the people he rearended, but the instant karma did make me feel a little happy at the same time…. 🙂

  4. Well I am not gonna judge who was right or wrong in this incident, but there is a clear lesson, for me at least. You are responsible for yourself and your own actions. Regardless if the woman filming was being a jerk or not by intentionally blocking the passing lane, this guy paid the price for his own actions. He coulda just been a little more patient and his truck would still be intact and he would have no legal ramifications. I hope tailgating and giving the asshole videographer the finger was worth the price he paid.

  5. both were very wrong, some day she will end up like the one she mocked

    its never a good thing to go gonzo at 50 MPH.

    Too many self important jerks on the road these days, they were both acting like self important jerks.

    every dog has its day, her’s is on the horizon. IF you want o play rolling road block or left lane speed cop, some day you’ll pay for it.

    Both guilty …Bam

  6. I hope the rat bitch who took the video, and turned it in to the police gets hit by a truck.

    She was intentionally making a bitch of herself by crawling in the left lane, and then speeding up to stop him from passing her in the right, and I’m sure she wasted no time running to the cops with the evidence. The guy in the truck should have rammed her from behind. With any luck he would have gotten one annoying rat out of the picture.

    When you see someone like this on the highway you need to empty a clip into the drivers seat. Video this, rat bitch.

  7. I love it!!! Gotta go to you tube and see the type of comments this idiot is getting, hope he never lives it down. I can only take the driver at her word that she was fixing to make a left hand turn a half mile down and that is why she was in the left lane but traffic to her right was clearly slower. Funny he had to make it a point to flip her off for what seemed way to long then go and make me smile from ear to ear.

    1. If she was getting ready to make a left turn, then she would not have had the time to use her cell phone to capture this. Furthermore, she would have had her left turn signal on, and the truck would have been forced to back-off until she turned. Too bad that Florida doesn’t have a law prohibiting cell phone use while driving.

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