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Old 02-11-2016, 09:50 AM   #1
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Video Motorcycle road rage compilation

Actually its more a case or road rage at motorcyclists With strong language

THIS video might be called 'New motorcycle road rage compilation 2016' but we think that's a bit of false advertising - the rage mostly appears to be directed at motorcyclists rather than coming from them. However, it does serve as a good reminder to be safe and sharp and begs the question: how would you react in these situations?
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