"No, no, STRAIGHT!" The angry driver films a woman driving down a narrow alley while waiting cars stack up behind him
- The dashboard material shows a driver who has difficulty reversing a single lane
- The driver cannot keep the car straight and drives into bushes in Hertfordshire
- Cars pile up behind the filmmaker while he waits for the woman to reverse
A woman couldn't keep her car straight as she pulled it through bushes that moved from side to side as she tried to reverse a single lane.
It took the driver three minutes to drive the redbourn, Hertfordshire road while cars were piling up and waiting for them.
Dashboard shots of the car in front of her films steer her too far to the left, roll forward and to the right so that the side of her car is in the bushes.
As the woman turns left to right, the excited filmmaker says, "No, no, no, keep yourself straight."
It took a driver three minutes to reverse on a single country road in Redbourn, Hertfordshire. He couldn't keep his car straight and drove into bushes
After the driver finally passes one of the cars parked on the side of the road, the filmmaker can move forward.
The woman fights past the second car, picks up some speed and drives her car back into the bush.
Eventually she manages to keep her car straight as she drives slowly down the street.
The driver had to drive backwards because she could not pass the filmmaker's car and all the cars stacked behind him meant that she had to clear the road.
After battling past two cars parked on the side of the road, the driver was better able to keep her car straight and drive down the street
The filmmaker said there were many cars behind him because an accident on the main street in Rodbourn diverted traffic on the only country road.
He said, "Little did they (or we) know, but the lady in the white car – she was so cute and very embarrassed – had missed the hour of driving back during her driving test!"
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