This happened just as another driver stopped in front of the crosswalk lines.

Presumed Gamecock fan and Redditor /u/BorkWI shared dashcam footage earlier last week (Apr 23, 2024) from Round Hill, SC showing the harebrained moment a driver in a Honda Civic made a left turn against a red light…from the far right lane.

It’s hard to believe when I type it out like that, but check out his dashcam footage to see for yourself.

[oc] 4/22/24 Almost rear-ended, then had this person display perfect driving etiquette
byu/BorkWI inIdiotsInCars

The incident happened at the intersection of Celanese Rd. and Mt. Gallant Rd. in Rock Hill, SC (Exact location on Google Maps linked here.)

As OP’s dashcam footage shows, he comes to a stop before Mt. Gallant Rd. just as an Infiniti SUV comes to a stop, too, just after the crosswalk lines effectively blocking the intersection.

If that wasn’t bad enough, seconds later, as those cars turning left complete their turn, a driver in a Honda Civic makes a left turn against the red light from the far right lane.

Traffic going both ways stops to let this…imbecile through.

” Traffic was backed up into the intersection due to construction that turned this two-lane road into a one-lane road. I don’t have a rear cam, but everything was closer than it shows on camera,” OP clarifies.

“Forgot the “got” in “Almost [got] rear-ended”, which you can hear me reacting to in the video as a work van almost eats my rear bumper for dinner. I did come close to the person in front of me tbf, but that’s only because traffic stopped really quickly, and I tend to follow closely through this intersection because the light is pretty short… “

“He has so little concept of the laws that I’m surprised even gravity works for him,” /u/kn0ck0utm0use commented.

“I don’t know why but I love this one. I want to meet that guy, and if I ever need a really important package delivered in an impossibly short amount of time, I can give him a call. Deliver package or die trying,” /u/XerxesPoon humoursly added.

“I’m slightly impressed,” /u/B8conB8conB8con honestly replies.

Running a red light in South Carolina is subject to a $200 base fine and up to four points on your record.


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