cars and coffee dallas

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Cars And Coffee Dallas

GIF The last place you want to crash your vehicle is in front of a bunch of fellow car enthusiasts. Or a police officer. Or both. But that’s just what some people go out and do, messing up a perfectly good Cars and Coffee event while they’re at it.According to the video description on YouTube, this Ford Mustang driver took a skid off of the road while at the Dallas Cars and Coffee event over the weekend. The poster said the Mustang ran off the road as it and other cars made their way out of the show, and “almost hit as was chilling” in the audience.While we can’t confirm the driver got in any serious trouble in the video above, a cop siren starts up almost immediately after the Mustang runs off the road. The video later shows an officer pull up to the scene, while our enthusiastic camera holder yells out, “And I got it on tape!”We’ve seen other Cars and Coffee goers do similar things, such as a Mustang driver in Charlotte, North Carolina a couple of years back or the BMW M4 in near San Francisco Bay. This kind of stuff usually happens as people leave Cars and Coffee, forgetting that they had all day to show off their vehicles in a not-dangerous way and trying to get one more cool point before they head out.This Asshat BMW M4 Crash Is Why Cars And Coffee Gets CancelledThis idiot losing control of a new BMW M4 over a median is why you don't try and show off when …Read more Another driver made the exact same move while leaving the Dallas event a few months ago, according to the YouTube user who uploaded a video of a Corvette crash. The video is cringeworthy enough without a description:There’s a lesson to be learned here, folks—drive out of your local Cars and Coffee event and simply do a princess wave while people admire your vehicle, if that. Don’t speed out of there and wreck your car, because your admission price will go from “free” to “front fender” in about 2.1 seconds.AdvertisementHat tip to MyEgo! No, not literally my ego. Our fabulous reader with that Kinja name. Contact the author at alanis.king@jalopnik.com.
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Cars And Coffee Dallas

Tony Gonzalez, an organizer and photographer with Coffee and Cars, said a police officer who was monitoring the event ticketed the driver “heavily.”” told me he ticketed him for everything he possibly could,” Gonzalez said.Gonzalez said the organization hasn’t formally banned the driver from future events, but he said the driver has been bashed on social media so badly that it’s unlikely he will return.The organization is planning on implementing certain measures that will prevent incidents like the one on Saturday from happening again, Gonzalez said.Saturday’s incident wasn’t the first time someone has damaged their car at a Coffee and Cars event. Last year in Dallas, a driver spun out and wrecked his Chevy Corvette convertible.
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Cars And Coffee Dallas

According to the video description on YouTube, this Ford Mustang driver took a skid off of the road while at the Dallas Cars and Coffee event over the weekend. The poster said the Mustang ran off the road as it and other cars made their way out of the show, and “almost hit as was chilling” in the audience.
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Cars And Coffee Dallas

There’s a lesson to be learned here, folks—drive out of your local Cars and Coffee event and simply do a princess wave while people admire your vehicle, if that. Don’t speed out of there and wreck your car, because your admission price will go from “free” to “front fender” in about 2.1 seconds.
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Cars And Coffee Dallas

People scatter as the Mustang slams into a curb, but once the car comes to a stop, people begin to confront the driver.The unidentified man gets out of his car, raises his hands and laughs, while another man appears to flash a badge.Here’s the crash from another angle with audio:

Cars And Coffee Dallas

Cars And Coffee Dallas
Cars And Coffee Dallas

Published on Mar 3, 2017 | Under Car | By michael ellis
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