Two motorists engaged in a heated road rage confrontation that unfolded like a real-life bumper car battle on a bustling highway

Why in the world anybody would jack around with a total stranger on the highway, especially in Texas where you don't even need a permit to carry a gun, is beyond me.


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We're breaking down the video at the bottom of this article with no context whatsoever as per usual. Buckle up and get ready to be shocked by the wild ride of "Bumper Car Chaos" that had everyone's eyes glued to the spectacle.

Who Is the Aggressor?

The video opens right in the middle of the action.  A car and a truck are jockeying for position on a highway in Houston, Texas.  At first, it looks like the truck is just trying to get away from the car.  It swerves from the far left lane all the way to the far right lane, trying to avoid the car's advances. I don't blame him, I can't tell what kind of car that is, but that truck definitely is expensive.

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I'm the Captain Now

At this point, it looks like the truck has had enough and hits the gas to get around the car.  He also appears to "Coal Roll" the other vehicle.  Rolling coal is the practice of modifying a diesel engine to emit large amounts of black or grey sooty exhaust fumes. So you know he's a super cool guy.

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It Just Got Real

At this point, the truck appears to be trying to keep the car from passing him.  They dance around with each other for a while until the grand finale happens.  They hit each other.

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Don't Stop Recording Now!

At this point, the video ends.  That couldn't have possibly been the end, why did they stop recording?  Oh well, it was fun while it lasted. Check out the video for yourself below.  

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