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  Reply # 1073510 24-Jun-2014 15:31
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Oblivian:
surfisup1000:
DravidDavid: Found this pleb on Friday abusing one of my favorite cars...

The idiot was smoking it up in front of rush hour traffic on the corner of Wolverton street and Miranda with a group of his goon sheep trying to be cool.

He over-cooked his little burn out, almost curbing the poor thing on the opposite die of the road narrowly missing a pedestrian on her ipod (oblivious to what was happening, or didn't care enough to think she may be hit by the guy)

I called the police, but this is how the conversation went:

"This is definitely something we are interested in, but you need to report it online."
 
- "But it's happening now...Right now.  In front of me.  A pedestrian almost became part of a metal pole"

"...You need to report it online."

Awesome.


The computer says no. 

File a report. He he. 

I've caught a whole bunch of bad driving on my dash cam.  I wonder if the cops can use the footage to ticket the registered owner (like speed camera infringements). Otherwise, the standard reponse would be "Wasn't me".
 


Only if you agree to stand up in court.

Theres 2 dash camera FB pages for NZ for sharing such halarity. One a few friends and I manage and add local content to. And another with bigger base that more often than not has overseas stuff shared.

Please!  Point us in your general direction.  Would love to see some silly dash camera action.  I REALLY need one for my vehicles. :|





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  Reply # 1073513 24-Jun-2014 15:34
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"Dash Cam Driving NZ" - bit of CHC/Dunedin and some AKL stuff when people post it
"Dash Cam Owners New Zealand" - bit of this and that

Some of the user submitted stuff isn't shared if its fairly minor. So check the posts by others

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