Bad drivers of Vancouver exposed on YouTube channel

A growing YouTube channel of dashcam videos is revealing how horrible drivers in Greater Vancouver can be, exposing close calls, cut offs and even traffic collisions.

YouTube user xSupaD is posting dashcam videos of bad drivers, close calls and cut offs

The dashboard camera has spawned a channel dedicated to the worst 2:20

A growing YouTube channel of dashcam videos is revealing how horrible drivers in Greater Vancouver can be, exposing close calls, cut offs and even traffic collisions.

YouTube user xSupaD — who describes himself as "just another driver from BC, Canada who likes to share their dashcam videos" — has posted more than 35 clips, some showing multiple examples of terrible driving.

Most of the dashcam videos are captured in Vancouver, Richmond and Burnaby and reveal drivers cutting across lanes, braking late and being pulled over by police, as well as vehicle collisions.

My videos simply showcase bad driving, so people (including myself) can learn from them.- YouTube user xSupaD

In a bid to fend off potential accusations of hypocrisy, xSupaD writes, "Neither am I the perfect driver, nor I am not claiming to be, and like everyone else, I do make mistakes when driving.

"I do upload most of my mistakes at the end of my videos, if they're interesting enough. My videos simply showcase bad driving, so people (including myself) can learn from them."

xSupaD also reviews dashcams and runs a Twitter feed associated to the Youtube channel at @BDofVancouver.

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