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BMW driver performs world’s slowest hit and run

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Brian is a writer focusing on the automotive world. After running his 2000 Ford Taurus into the ground, he fell head over heels for a 2013 Mazda3, because Skyactiv Technology. Duh.

BMW owners are not very good at driving. In a Google search for “Worst Drivers by Brand,” two of the top four results mention BMW in their page descriptions. This is not a coincidence. People can harp on soccer moms, newly licensed drivers, and the elderly all they want, but after watching this driver attempt to drive out of a parking lot for four and a half minutes, it’s safe to say that owning a BMW makes you terrible at driving.

The owner of the car that got hit in the beginning of the video posted a follow-up video showing the damage from the hit and run. It should probably be more contentious, but this whole incident took place in Calgary, and our friends in the Big Friendly to the north don’t get angry, they get Tim Hortons. Nonetheless, here it is:

BMW Worst Drivers By Brand

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