Dashcams recording shows road rage and reckless driving [Video]

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Dashcams recording shows road rage and reckless driving. A driver of a vehicle intercepted and stopped another vehicle on a highway in Riyadh in a reckless manner.  

Dashcams recording shows road rage and reckless driving

A video posted by the “Dash Cam” account from a surveillance camera installed in the vehicle that was intercepted showed it being intercepted by another commander in a reckless manner that puts his life and the lives of others at risk.

In the video, the two vehicles stopped in the Eastern Ring Road, and the captain of one of them got off his vehicle and spoke to him, suddenly, which is considered a traffic violation.

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