Posted May 18th 2012 12:00PM
There's a reason why pretty much every driver's handbook in the world prohibits you from crossing on solid lines. One throttle-happy biker in Russia seemed to forget why and he faced the unfortunate consequences. You can probably guess what happens. The biker seems to be okay at least!
According to Transport Canada, motorcycle accidents have been steadily increasing since 1997, with speed related collisions accounting for the majority of cases. They say in 90 per cent of the cases, the motorcyclist injured or killed in a speed related accident was at fault.
In this instance, it could be a case of the biker twisting the throttle without seeing the car's indicator, the car simply not seeing the small bike, or even a combination of both.
Check the jump for the full video.
News Source: YouTube