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Singapore registered Benz car driver accused of dangerous, unruly driving in JB

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Update: According to the Johor Traffic Police, the Malaysian driver of the black Mercedes S400, SKN8582M has been arrested. The Malaysian traffic police has also confirmed that the driver had 13 summons to answer for dating back to 2014, and that 12 of those were for speeding. The other was for using the emergency lane.

A Malaysian, Dino Daniel LJ shared in his Facebook about how a Singapore registered car driver recklessly changed lanes in Johore Bahru (JB) causing a multi-car accident.
Dino said that the driver of the Mercedez Benz, SKN8285M, drove the car as if he was drunk, and could have easily caused the lives of other drivers because of his disregard of road rules.
Dino said that the incident happened around the toll both near Kempas in JB. The driver suddenly veered from the left lane to the right-most lane without signaling. His action caused four cars that were behind his to apply emergency brakes resulting in multi-car rear end collisions.
The driver allegedly did not stop after causing the accident, but he was stopped by relatives of Dino in front of the Kempas toll both.
The driver of the Mercedez Benz however refused to take responsibility for causing the accident, and challenged that the other drivers did not have any evidence of the accident.
“You think I don’t know the law,” he asked. Dino said that there were several witnesses to the accident.
Dino warns road users in JB to take note of the particular Mercedes Benz car and be careful of the driver.
“Kiasu Singaporean act like a gangster when he is in Malaysia,” Dino said.
Dino is disappointed with the driver that after causing the accident and after being caught red-handed by witnesses, he refused to admit that he was wrong and also used coarse language.
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