And in today's episode of Road Ragin' Russians we have this, one big Toyota and one little Toyota trying to occupy the same space in line. Since we know that isn't possible without the word "quantum" being involved, one of them has to give, and surprisingly, it's the big Toyota.

Yet when the Prado SUV pulls out to take another spot up the road, in most countries, that would be the end of it. Not in Russia, where this SUV driver took revenge on the little guy with a literal dirty trick.

While we don't condone road rage of any kind, it's hard not to be at least mildly impressed with the creativity employed by the SUV driver in the dashcam video below. After all, he was observant enough to notice that the sedan had its windows open...



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      Jason Sieben
      • 2 Years Ago
      Funny in a way, but the SUV was the arrogant one in the first place trying to nudge in line. Just wait your turn like everyone else and we'd be a better planet (at least in driving). I used to get upset when stuff like this happened to be (people cutting me off), but now I just shrug it off (I still honk, but wouldn't chase them down to give them a peace of my mind). Ehh...whatever. It's just not worth it, you never knew how the series of events will play out and just might find yourself in a life and death situation. For what, one car space in line? Foolish.
      hgwil
      • 2 Years Ago
      STUPID!! and now they both race down the road endangering the lives of innocent people.
      ulioona
      • 2 Years Ago
      well..the SUV forced into the lane and then got mad because he wasn't let in. Maybe a smile, a wave a friendly "may I" would have done the trick, instead of pompously bullying in. To endanger traffic and risk a collision with the object of his/her ire and also other traffic participants ought to result in a big fat ticket. In Germany that driver would have lost driving privileges and gotten a ticket to make his/her eyes water - plus points. Lots of points. Hit them where it hurts - 60 "Days Sets" roughly mean, whatever you earn in one day of work times 60 would be your fine. That'll make you think. Might even help here with those who feel motorcycles are no big deal to hit.
      jjumpingjimmie
      • 2 Years Ago
      Although it was funny to watch, it looks like the SUV was a prick in the first place, he is the oncoming traffic lane, for what, so he can get a couple spots ahead. The car had the right of way in the first place. I would have done the same as the car and not let him in. SUV was out for himself and only himself, it is his road and stay out of his way. F off SUV, you will get yours someday (I pray).
      tjwiener
      • 2 Years Ago
      Why didn't the SUV merge in behind the guy..., what a jerk!
        stefanmichael825
        • 2 Years Ago
        @tjwiener
        Why didn't the Toyota merge in behind the guy..., what a jerk! You see... it's all a matter of perspective!
      VIPER94
      • 2 Years Ago
      I love it how the little toyota chases him down at the end haha
      SimonSez
      • 2 Years Ago
      I usually just ignore people like this and let them go in front of me. It's usually the guys rushing, wasting gas, and flying by you that end up sitting next to you at the same red stop light a mile down the road. Some people are dumb.
      cleburton
      • 2 Years Ago
      "Clever" Revenge? Seriously? The title of this article is shameless and I find its promotion in an auto magazine as dangerous and condemnable as the activity of these two idiot drivers. It is never funny when a vehicle is used as a weapon. There are people inside. If your sister and her baby are inside the vehicle that has made the thoughtless road maneuver do you really want some bully in a bigger truck to run her off the road? The problem with voyeur road-rage (all you happy bloggers below) is that you suffer the same stupid symptoms of road rage as road rage itself, an inability to know what's really going on inside the offending vehicle before you jump to self-indulgent conclusions and reactions, yet somehow thinking yourselves superior. Nothing "clever" about any of it.
        Jason
        • 2 Years Ago
        @cleburton
        I wholeheartedly agree with you, Cleb.
        drgnguy27
        • 2 Years Ago
        @cleburton
        Oh get the **** over yourself. Everyone has their breaking points..even you. So stfu and quit thinking your so righteous for never thinking of getting revenge when being cut off. I would have done the same this the guy in the SUV did. I congratulate this man for a victory well played. The guy in the little car wanted to be a dick so turn about is fair play my friend.
          ZenDriver
          • 2 Years Ago
          @drgnguy27
          You "would have done the same thing this guy in the SUV did?" Children like you are the reason that higher levels of driver training should be required, and should cost $1500-2000, like it does in Germany. Just because you're immature doesn't mean everyone else is. It's 2012, not 1912. Do us all a favor. If you encounter a situation like this, instead of getting all loaded up on your own testosterone, take in a deep breath, let it out, consider your calendar age, and then think about your family. They may need you around for some reason. A car space is no reason to risk death. OK Ryan? Grow up.
          Jason
          • 2 Years Ago
          @drgnguy27
          The highroad is more pleasant path, my friend. And leads to lower blood pressure.
      Tracey L. McNeel
      • 2 Years Ago
      What a complete A-hole, as so many of those kinds of drivers are everywhere around the world whomever has a car and why there are tons of car accidents to other matters that are related to vehicle drivers..."Driving is a Privilege", which by this diminutive example, top of the food chain creatures greatly ABUSE on a daily basis.
      petersonentvt
      • 2 Years Ago
      Both parties guilty of road rage and stupidity. While an impressive splash and an innovative idea it was still a poorly thought out revenge. What we have here is two stubborn arrogant idiots and neither could concede their spot on the road.
        jaded13640
        • 2 Years Ago
        @petersonentvt
        I've been where that guy in the suv was. I've waited for an hour or more in a long line of traffic only to have some guy race in, all the way to the front of the line after I waited all that time, and snuck in to that few feet between me and the car ahead of me. I applaud this guy for his restraint actually. The guy that cut the SUV off could have been shot or run off the road. I woulda run his dumb Azz into the puddle! LOL
      pmc
      • 2 Years Ago
      Not impressed. Not wise to post this and give the guy more fuel for repeat performances. Maybe the cops will decide to take action when they see it.
      ifent1
      • 2 Years Ago
      People should probably learn to give a little and have more respect for others. To much testosterone and not enough brains in this world. It sure would be a better place to live if people just thought a little.
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