By horribledriver - United States
Today, I was driving down a highway during rush-hour. I heard my phone ring and couldn't find it. I bent down to feel around for it and got in an accident and totaled my car. The ringing? A commercial on the radio. Where was my phone? On my dresser at home. FML
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  saviisneat  |  0

In California you aren't even allowed to be on your phone while driving. If a cop sees you on one, ticket time. You deserve this. You could of done a lot worse to someone else. Hope that person got all your information.

By  Xrandomkrisx  |  7

ouch that sucks!!! id be hella pissed at the radio station if that was me. Sorry about ur car.
but why u even looking for your phone in the car... you can also get a ticket if u were caught on the phone

By  JassyJas  |  2

EVEN IF YOURE PHONE WAS RINGING YOU SHOULDNT LOOK FOR IT BECAUSE THEN YOUD ANSWER IT AND YOU SHOULDNT USE A PHONE WHILE DRIVING..yeah theres gonna be alot of those comments^ so i decided to get it over with >.<

By  McMan  |  23

That really sucks but you just have the normal ringtone because usually people have there's set to something else like a song or one of the free tones that come with it.

By  blalien  |  0

I hope for your sake you didn't tell your insurance company how you totaled your car. Although you'd totally deserve it if you could never afford insurance again.

  gigi37  |  0

If OP was stupid enough to rummage through his car looking for his phone (and not being able to differentiate his own ringtone) while driving, I'm *hoping* he was stupid enough to tell his insurance; he deserves the high rates and anything else they make him pay for

Fuck you OP for being careless and endangering the lives around you.

  palmtrees  |  1

It's not really so much that fact as that he was stupid enough to take his eyes off of the road and rummage around by his feet while driving instead of (a) letting it go and looking for it when he got home or (b) pulling over and looking for it if he thought it might be urgent. Not really that hard a situation to avoid.