By hello higher premiums, fuckwad - Canada - Montr?al
Today, I was driving down a one-way street, when some raging dumbass came screaming the wrong way down the road at me. My instant reaction was to brake and give the guy a chance to do the same. His instant reaction was to keep going and wreck my car. FML
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  hcollins1  |  18

17, I'm pretty sure there are actual driving instructors everywhere, almost anyone can pass a driving test. What they meant was when you are testing for permit or license, their IQ should be tested as well.

  nurchok  |  15

I think what #17 was trying to say is that there are some asshole instructors that will fail you the first and sometimes the second time and then eventually pass regardless of your drivings skills. There are few of those, but they (unfortunately) exist. I think there should be an IQ and ethics test for the instructors as well...

  deadchicken  |  3

You know what? I'm really not surprised that this took place in Quebec. I live in this stupid province and I can tell you honestly that most people seriously don't know how to drive. They don't use their turn signals, they don't slow down so you can merge into another lane, they just keep powering through like they own the dang roads. FYL OP.

  Sputnikspak  |  13

59 - Quebec drivers, especially Montreal drivers, are NOTORIOUSLY terrible. In a lot of ways it's made me a better driver to have to be on my toes all the time here, but damn people just don't give a shit. I've almost been killed I don't know how many times.

My Dad used to drive trucks and said he never understood how idiots in tiny cars think it's okay to cut off a giant eighteen wheeler. If a truck hits you, YOU ARE DEAD. It'd be a miracle for you to survive, but people act like they're invincible.

  horneyhic  |  15

You think Quebec drivers are bad in Quebec u should see them in Ontario. Tickets given in Ontario didn't show up on a Quebec drivers license or licenseing until recently so they were almost as bad as the red plates

  XSimpleDesignX  |  18

#28 I'm pretty sure my driving class was entirely online, and my dad signed a paper saying I was able to drive and I walked out of the DMV with my license without taking a physical driving test.

Some places don't require it, or at least didn't for a large amount of years.

  bluehero  |  17

My drivers test was easier than every test I've took in the last year which isn't saying much. The test should be a bit more challenging. Mine lasted 4 minutes and was on a one lane street the whole time.

  brackaman  |  18

52, are you perhaps insinuating that being in a non English speaking country grants you the same rights to drive as English speaking ones? Shame on you sir.

  Bibliovore  |  26

Clear for being smart? The accident wasn't legally OP's fault because OP was not going the wrong way down a one-way street. But practically speaking, just braking wasn't enough, so wasn't smart enough -- the safe move is to also get out of the way of oncoming traffic, even when that oncoming traffic is in the wrong. Op didn't, so he and his car weren't clear of an accident.