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Grocer severely injured after car ploughs into Doha shop

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CCTV footage of incident.
CCTV footage of incident.

A shop worker has sustained serious injuries this week after an SUV parked outside his store suddenly accelerated and drove into him, knocking him to the ground.

According to video footage of the incident that was published by Al Sharq, the incident took place outside a small supermarket in Bin Omran at 1:30pm on Tuesday, Jan. 20.

The Youtube video, which some readers may find disturbing, appears to be an excerpt of the store’s CCTV coverage.

The shopkeeper, who hails from the southern Indian state of Kerala, can be seen standing outside the store arranging newspapers on a rack, with a row of cars parked about 5m behind him.

What happened

He can then be seen bending down to pick up a bundle of papers and as he stands up, a black SUV suddenly accelerates towards him at significant speed, crushing him against the front glass wall of the shop.

New Taif supermarket
New Taif supermarket

The short clip also shows a man dressed in a white thobe being thrown to the ground from the open driver’s side door.

It was not immediately clear what caused the car to accelerate.

The incident took place outside New Taif Supermarket. The injured employee suffered a broken right leg and was rushed by ambulance to Hamad General Hospital where he is expected to undergo surgery today, his colleague told Doha News this morning.

The 42-year-old man’s name is Raju, and he has lived in Doha for 18 years. His wife and two children are in Kerala.

A woman who was apparently in the car at the time of the incident and is believed to be the driver’s wife was also taken to the hospital by ambulance,, the Peninsula reports. Police were called to the scene, the newspaper added.

Crash at La Cigale
Crash at La Cigale

This is not the first time a car crashing into a building in Qatar has gained public attention.

Last February, a video of a silver sedan crashing through a Ferrari/Maserati showroom at the Pearl-Qatar went viral.

In 2011, footage emerged of a Toyota Land Cruiser barreling through the storefront of an Al Zaman Currency Exchange branch in Al Khor. And a few years before that, an FJ Cruiser jumped a curb and smashed through one of La Cigale Hotel’s window panes.

Each incident always sparks renewed conversations about road safety in Qatar, where traffic accident are among the leading causes of death.

Thoughts?

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Guest
Guest
6 years ago

where is the video

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  Guest

I can’t find it.

Deepak Babu
Deepak Babu
6 years ago
Reply to  desertCard

Video is on the Al Sharq link in this article.

Anonymous
Anonymous
6 years ago
Reply to  Guest

You can watch it on YT
http://youtu.be/A6-kDu2mII8

A black Porsche again…
Maybe the authoties should start thinking of banning them from the roads – as these vehicles tend to cause accidents (last week, where 1 was killed) – as they did with parfumes, because of their name can cause temptation.

Zaheer
Zaheer
6 years ago
Reply to  Anonymous

lol.. so Axe effect really works

Scarletti
Scarletti
6 years ago
Reply to  Anonymous

the revenge of “The Porker” 🙂

MrJames
MrJames
6 years ago

is that guy in the Thobe breakdancing?

MN
MN
6 years ago

The driver must have used D instead of R while stepping on gas, then he jumped out fearing that the car might crash.

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  MN

Guess they don’t teach PRNDL here. Or needs ESL classes.

Charlene McCarthy Blake
Reply to  MN

WATCH VIDEO SLOWLY with PAUSES. He wasn’t seated…he was still standing outside the car but inside the OPEN DOOR. Explain that one!

Zaheer
Zaheer
6 years ago

i think he left kid inside .. at drivers side (from the video , im yet to read the article)

jalong
jalong
6 years ago

“It was not immediately clear what caused the car to accelerate.”

A baffling, confounding mystery. /s

DJ25Q
DJ25Q
6 years ago
Reply to  jalong

or, simply a manufacturing defect !

Anonymouse
Anonymouse
6 years ago
Reply to  DJ25Q

That’s only in Toyotas, isn’t it? 😉

DJ25Q
DJ25Q
6 years ago
Reply to  Anonymouse

it could be any car
or even worse, haunted car !
just to fit the mystery scenario

Anonymouse
Anonymouse
6 years ago
Reply to  DJ25Q

or a haunted Toyota!

DJ25Q
DJ25Q
6 years ago
Reply to  Anonymouse

there u go!

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  DJ25Q

That’s the first time I’ve heard of a brain fart being called a “manufacturers defect”.

Creative blame avoidance.

Maybe he was using the new smartphone app to cool his car.

DJ25Q
DJ25Q
6 years ago
Reply to  desertCard

u couldn’t see the sarcasm here
blame the car…not the driver!

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  DJ25Q

Sorry it sounded like I was giving you grief. I thought you were saying that’s what their excuse would be. Was agreeing.

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  DJ25Q

Sorry if I sounded like I was giving you grief. Was agreeing with you in that that’s what his excuse will be. When clearly it was not. sorry for confusion.

Charlene McCarthy Blake
Reply to  DJ25Q

Apparently you don’t know about the all electronic throttle control systems? These systems, especially in the Toyota & Lexus vehicles, doesn’t have effective FAILSAFES that prevent a runaway vehicle! Do a bit of research as NOT hard to find! However if you wish to defame the driver in an effort of “manufacturing defect distraction” then by all means continue with your sarcasm;)

disqus_pMo2Yd12qH
disqus_pMo2Yd12qH
6 years ago

There’s no failsafe for driver error or dumb people–you’re screwed.

Althani
Althani
6 years ago
Reply to  desertCard

Your probably 12 years old haha

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  Althani

Yes I am little bro

Althani
Althani
6 years ago
Reply to  desertCard

Nice, good to know

sadam
sadam
6 years ago
Reply to  Althani

* You’re *

Althani
Althani
6 years ago
Reply to  sadam

Sorry

Ali
Ali
6 years ago
Reply to  jalong

Kid sitting on drivers seat.

MIMH
MIMH
6 years ago

Well the guy in the thobe wasn’t wearing a seatbelt and neither was the kid. Two violations right there.

Poor shop worker. It looks very bad for him. I hope the driver of the car gets prosecuted for causing serious injury but I doubt it

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  MIMH

Seeing his nationality, probably no. Seeing the car, too much wasta probably. Worst case scenario he goes to Belgium.

Anonymouse
Anonymouse
6 years ago
Reply to  desertCard

Seeing his nationality?

Anonymouse
Anonymouse
6 years ago
Reply to  Anonymouse

Hey, there are two Anonymice on here.

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  Anonymouse

you know what they say about mice and rabbits.

Anonymouse
Anonymouse
6 years ago
Reply to  desertCard

Best served with a nice Merlot?

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  Anonymouse

The Merlot must be what makes them procreate so rapidly. Alcohol, the bane of the world. But fun.

Paul
Paul
6 years ago
Reply to  desertCard

Excuse me.. Why Belgium?

Jaded
Jaded
6 years ago
Reply to  Paul

Welcome to Doha

Ali
Ali
6 years ago
Reply to  Paul

cough….Villaggio…..cough……ambassador

Althani
Althani
6 years ago
Reply to  desertCard

Seeing you’re racism, Worst case scenario, your just a disgusting person

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  Althani

Really? LOL Seems 43 people agree with me so I guess we all are. FYI a nationality is not a race. Even Gulfies is not a race. My problem is with people who think they have some kind of entitlement to do whatever they want, treat people however they want regardless of the rules, court judgements, common sense or decency and even their own religious doctrines. So STFU

Althani
Althani
6 years ago
Reply to  desertCard

lmao just because a lot of people ( we know what kind ) are on this site voting your type of comments and views doesn’t make what you said right, Okay you’re not a racist just a damn bigot, I hope he goes to Belgium and has the time of his life, Seeing people like you who hold such prejudice and hate comment over comment makes me laugh at all the little things we do that pisses you off 😀

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  Althani

I love to get you guys ire up. It’s just a game and you guys always follow. Lemming.
Lets take a collection of your post and see where the vast majority lie. Hypocrite.

Althani
Althani
6 years ago
Reply to  desertCard

Aha so all you say is just to rile people up and is a game to you? Heh sorry if that’s considered entertainment to you, I’d love to suggest you get a life but you’d probably just ruin someone else’s day, maybe it’s safer you live in a cave you troll

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  Althani

And if it’s such a terrible site because of us few bums there’s always the Peninsula site. To quote a famous poster, now going by a different name, LoveItOrLeaveIt.

Althani
Althani
6 years ago
Reply to  desertCard

I’m not gonna stop reading news of my country because of entitled whiny kids like you 🙁

Saleem
Saleem
6 years ago
Reply to  desertCard

43 bums who could not be employed back home agree with you, you throw the term “people” around loosely, make sure next time to specify they are unemployable bums like yourself.

Huzz
Huzz
6 years ago
Reply to  Saleem

Saleem, your argument with Desert Card brings out this concept that expats are here because we are unemployable in our home countries. I have commented on this here before. I would suggest that you drop this attitude or else stop using services provided by foreigners or flying on aircraft crewed by expats.

Misha
Misha
6 years ago
Reply to  desertCard

So you know this guy personally? You know he has a sense of entitlement? The assumption of him being the “people” you refer to because he is wearing a thobe and driving a nice car is why you are getting negative comments back. If you want to get technical, no it isnt racism but it certainly is a beast of the same species. The person at fault does need to be held responsible and provide some kind of compensation to the poor victim. I don’t claim to know what happened inside the car, but tell me oh wise one, which nationality has never caused any car related injuries?

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  Misha

Antartican

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  Misha

From his attitude and response to not just myself but others who might happen to criticize that type of behavior on a daily basis… I would say he falls into that category. My guess and opinion only.

Misha
Misha
6 years ago
Reply to  desertCard

I was referring to the person in the video and your comment regarding him.

The Truth
The Truth
6 years ago
Reply to  Althani

Althani – they have not mentioned name nor nationality of the person who drove the car but the person injured is all there. Not being racist – but why is there never information about the “man in the thobe who was thrown out of the car:”????

Althani
Althani
6 years ago
Reply to  The Truth

Maybe because his name or nationality has nothing to do with the actual story

Saleem
Saleem
6 years ago
Reply to  desertCard

You deserve to be ran over and I would gladly be the one to do it, although Belgium is quite boring I think it is still worth the sacrifice.

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  Saleem

Ummm that would be ‘you deserve to be run over…”

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  MIMH

And probably not the wife either since she was injured.

Restie
Restie
6 years ago
Reply to  MIMH

What kid?

Charlene McCarthy Blake
Reply to  MIMH

He wasn’t even in the car, was he? Why is the car door open and why was he knocked down from standing just inside the OPEN DOOR?

Charlene McCarthy Blake
Reply to  MIMH

The man wasn’t seated. He wasn’t even in the car yet. He’s standing inside the OPEN DOOR. He is knocked down when the car moves forward before he sits!

Zaheer
Zaheer
6 years ago

seeing each frame ..it seems the guy in thobe was trying to stop the car .. and was already outside the car before the car accelerated.. so it must be kid inside who accelerated it .. and air bag soon popped out

Deepak Babu
Deepak Babu
6 years ago
Reply to  Zaheer

The kid accelerating the car seems quite obvious, but not mentioned at all in any articles. Cover-up in progress?

Coco
Coco
6 years ago
Reply to  Deepak Babu

Not at all, just good ol’ DN journalism at its finest.

ShabinaKhatri
ShabinaKhatri
6 years ago
Reply to  Coco

Deleted for being a troll. If you’re not going to productively contribute to this forum, you will be banned.

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  Zaheer

I can hear it now. “But little Moh cries when I put him in a car seat or don’t let him go vrooom vrooom while the car is parked (or not). How can I train him wanton disregard for life and train him for the future if I don’t let him go vrooom vrooom”.

fullmoon07
fullmoon07
6 years ago
Reply to  desertCard

again all about education and willing to learn. Again lack of respect of rules, and kids who are allowed to do whatever they want, the important is they don’t cry…if parents don’t give rules…..

Saleem
Saleem
6 years ago
Reply to  desertCard

There was no kid in the car, but then again you have a history on here of creating fabricated incidents of evil Qataris with “wasta” who are out to oppress you.

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  Saleem

They don’t oppress me they just endanger my life, and that of my family and friends, on a daily basis with stupid.

Saleem
Saleem
6 years ago
Reply to  desertCard

Then why not move them to a safer place? Oh that’s right, unemployable out of Qatar, my bad.

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  Saleem

Well if that’s the case and all the expats you call “unemployable bums” on here live here, what’s that make this place? As well as yourself? Since apparently only unemployable bums come here. Or do you even HAVE a job?

kdineshl
kdineshl
6 years ago
Reply to  Zaheer

It must be a Google’s self driving car 🙂

Anonymouse
Anonymouse
6 years ago
Reply to  kdineshl

Only Pajero is self driving car.

kdineshl
kdineshl
6 years ago
Reply to  Anonymouse

yes it does sometimes lol

Ali
Ali
6 years ago
Reply to  Zaheer

Airbags don’t work if the seat belt is not on.

kdineshl
kdineshl
6 years ago
Reply to  Ali

i dont think so.

Huzz
Huzz
6 years ago
Reply to  Ali

Not so Ali. They are activated through the electronics or buss bar.

Heisenberg
Heisenberg
6 years ago

Another tragedy, I hope he gets well soon and whom ever caused will be punished.
I think the guy in the thobe was trying to stop the car not jumping out of it.
When you think about it anyone of us could have been standing there, no one is safe on the streets anymore, be careful people.

johnny wang
johnny wang
6 years ago
Reply to  Heisenberg

Not just the streets, the pavements are becoming very unsafe too as can be noticed from this episode. Now pedestrians will have to be as or more careful then the drivers driving the vehicles.

Heisenberg
Heisenberg
6 years ago
Reply to  johnny wang

I know, just the other day a truck accelerated and hit 4 cars parked in front of my home. The driver was badly injured and his head was covered in bandage since he wasn’t wearing his seat belt and he hit the screen shield, and one car at least was totaled. it was a disaster.

johnny wang
johnny wang
6 years ago

Looks like now even the pavements are not safe for the pedestrians to stand on or to walk by. Something really needs to be done about this careless and irresponsible drivers instead of waiting for a bigger disaster to happen.

Elusive Snake
Elusive Snake
6 years ago
Reply to  johnny wang

Agree. Pavements are not safe from these reckless and irresponsible drivers. I had a colleague “bulldozed” by a Hummer while walking on a sidewalk in Doha :O

disqus_CpJJvzDxuG
disqus_CpJJvzDxuG
6 years ago
Reply to  johnny wang

Pavements have never been safe. Last month I was standing at a stoplight on Al Sadd, and a woman turned the corner in her 4×4 at such high speed that the car screeched and jumped the pavement right in front of me. A foot closer and she would have hit me for sure. She was chatting with her friend and probably didn’t realize how fast she was going. I see it happen time and time again. Add to that the impatient drivers who drive onto the sidewalk to look for parking, or to escape traffic jams… 🙁

Gareth Walters
Gareth Walters
6 years ago

“The short clip also shows a man dressed in a white thobe being thrown to the ground from the open driver’s side door.”

are you watching a different video – he was chasing the car and fell over when the vehicle suddenly stopped due to the impact.

Coco
Coco
6 years ago

I don’t mean to burst anyone’s bubble but unless these types of accidents involve Qatari citizens and not from Kerala not much will be done. You can’t teach human value over night. Expats are disposable goods 🙁 Self preservation cannot be thought either…it should somehow be there in everyone. Unless you care about your own health chances are others are just roadkill. Human life in whatever form deserves to be respected and preserved. It will be a while until most expats will be regarded as something more than (as I’ve heard it put) “Haiwan”.

Yacine
Yacine
6 years ago
Reply to  Coco

I don’t think your comment is relevant with regards to this story. Here we are talking about an accident where both an expat and a local are hurt. We are not talking about the bad behaviour of some people here. I don’t think it is honest to jump on every occasion to bash the locals.

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  Yacine

I would say from the video this was irresponsibility on the “locals” part. A child should never be in the drivers seat of a car parked or not, running or not.

Charlene McCarthy Blake
Reply to  desertCard

What are you talking about? NO ONE was in the driver’s seat at all! The driver was knocked down before he sat down! The door of the “black SUV” was OPEN.

fullmoon07
fullmoon07
6 years ago
Reply to  Yacine

generally though, the expat won’t get justice, mainly if from Kerala…..

Coco
Coco
6 years ago
Reply to  Yacine

I’m talking about the mentality rather than action. I’m not lumping everyone into it and I’ve done my best to promote good attitude whenever I see it. Even some good friends of mine (locals, yeah) that are more “western” than me still have a tiny dark corner when it comes to human value. That’s what I was pointing out, not trying to demonize locals.

ShabinaKhatri
ShabinaKhatri
6 years ago
Reply to  Coco

Deleting for being an overly generalized, racially charged statement that doesn’t contribute to the discussion about this incident.

Coco
Coco
6 years ago
Reply to  ShabinaKhatri

Sorry, I’ll stick to the thread: Porsche are amazing cars that can accelerate within 3 m to extraordinary speeds. This article is a great achievement for German Engineering. Better?

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  Coco

She’s been hyper sensitive apparently since becoming Great Guardian of the Discussion Thread.

ShabinaKhatri
ShabinaKhatri
6 years ago
Reply to  desertCard

Not hyper sensitive, just tired of trolls.

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  ShabinaKhatri

You’re very arbitrary, that’s all.

Saleem
Saleem
6 years ago
Reply to  desertCard

You’re an ignorant troll.

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  Saleem

Classic. And your response is…..? LOL

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  ShabinaKhatri

Saleem desertCard • a day ago
“You deserve to be ran over and I would gladly be the one to do it, although Belgium is quite boring I think it is still worth the sacrifice.”

This is what I mean by arbitrary. I’m a big boy and can take whatever someone wants to dish. But don’t make threats to ban others, mostly expats, for their comments when others, mostly locals, are threatening bodily harm and at times wishing death.

mR.digital
mR.digital
6 years ago

here is the link to the video…your welcome https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ky5CDo60XQ

Ali
Ali
6 years ago
Reply to  mR.digital

Won’t be surprised if someone said it was photoshopped.

انت
انت
6 years ago
Reply to  Ali

It’s clearly a video so how is it PHOTO shop

Asinine Thinker
Asinine Thinker
6 years ago
Reply to  انت

Video-Shopped?! :O

Charlene McCarthy Blake

So someone changed the video to show the driver NOT yet in the car? WATCH it and see.

Ali
Ali
6 years ago
Reply to  انت

I hope you don’t believe that Godzilla is real.

Charlene McCarthy Blake
Reply to  انت

CLEARLY, the driver never even made it inside the vehicle but was thrown to side with DOOR STILL OPEN!

Azar Hadi
Azar Hadi
6 years ago

Yes he was not in the car and the car accelerated, typical of Toyota and Lexus sudden unintended acceleration.

disqus_pMo2Yd12qH
disqus_pMo2Yd12qH
6 years ago
Reply to  Azar Hadi

This wasn’t a toyota. And there’s always a driver involved, hence driver error.

Azar Hadi
Azar Hadi
6 years ago
Reply to  انت

Toyota and Lexus sudden unintended acceleration. Toyota has paid over $5 billion in fine, penalties, lawsuits and has ongoing lawsuits all over American. Toyota is on probation in US for the next 3 years. Toyota was charged by US government for lying and defrauding consumers. Over 500 lawsuits are going through mediation in US. Lee vs Toyota where Toyota lost the case regarding a Toyota Camry where Lee spent 3 years in prison due to Camry suddenly accelerated and killed 3 and injured 2.

Azar Hadi
Azar Hadi
6 years ago
Reply to  mR.digital

He was not even in the car when the car accelerated. Toyota and Lexus are known to suddenly accelerate. Someone notify the family of this defective, out of control car. Do not allow Toyota to touch the car. Hire an attorney and expert!!

Charlene McCarthy Blake
Reply to  Azar Hadi

Another commenter says that the driver of the “black SUV” had complained to the dealership that this was an ELECTRONIC FAULT! Good for him! He hadn’t pressed any pedal at all! Why do articles in US always tell what police say and never what drivers say? Coverup up is SCANDALOUS!

Azar Hadi
Azar Hadi
6 years ago

It is all cheaper for the automakers to go through lawsuits than fix their defective cars. That is exactly what Toyota is doing right now in US. Settling cases through mediation.

The Reporter
The Reporter
6 years ago

Unrestrained children in the front of the car? Car engine left running? Handbrake on or off? An accident waiting to happen?

Michael Fryer
Michael Fryer
6 years ago
Reply to  The Reporter

It’s not what you can call an “accident” in that case.

fullmoon07
fullmoon07
6 years ago

the first question is: who issues driving licenses to these people?

MrJames
MrJames
6 years ago
Reply to  fullmoon07

almost certainly issued by his brother/cousin/nephew/niece/aunt/uncle..

Althani
Althani
6 years ago
Reply to  MrJames

You can’t get wasta for licenses, No way no how, believe me I tried

DJ25Q
DJ25Q
6 years ago
Reply to  Althani

I disagree…it happened before

Althani
Althani
6 years ago
Reply to  DJ25Q

Yeah maybe 10 years ago

Saleem
Saleem
6 years ago
Reply to  DJ25Q

So if something “happened before” it is bound to occur again? I guess that means there are still Africans being traded as slaves in the USA, or women forced into marriages in the UK…dumb a$$.

DJ25Q
DJ25Q
6 years ago
Reply to  Saleem

unlike you, I chose not to descend to “dumb a$$” level. If you can’t see wasta around,then maybe you need to open your eyes..being polite can help. it’s your choice.

Huzz
Huzz
6 years ago
Reply to  Saleem

Actually there are women forced into marriages in the UK. Quite a problem actually. Gov spends a lot of time working on this one.

Daniel Schriefer
Daniel Schriefer
6 years ago
Reply to  Althani

I disagree. I got my first in 1993 because my sponsor was the nephew of …

Althani
Althani
6 years ago

If you look below, you’ll see i said that 10 years ago possibly and even farther back more likely but it’s changed now for sure, I guarantee that 100%

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  MrJames

That’s 2 people you’ve mentioned

Chilidog
Chilidog
6 years ago
Reply to  fullmoon07

I think it’s the same set of geniuses responsible for the enforcement of traffic laws if you’re referring to the adult in the video. For the kid, not so sure…..

Anonymouse
Anonymouse
6 years ago

Jesus! That poor man! Anyone have idea of his condition?

Heisenberg
Heisenberg
6 years ago

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=A6-kDu2mII8
Onother clip shows there was no kid inside the car

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  Heisenberg

Guess the guy was just a dumba$$

Saleem
Saleem
6 years ago
Reply to  desertCard

Then you guys should be friends since you have something in common.

desertCard
desertCard
6 years ago
Reply to  Saleem

Troll alert Troll alert

Misha
Misha
6 years ago

They need to have parking blocks or something in front of parking spots right outside these places (like they have in parking lots in malls) or laws about cars parked so close without some kind of sidewalk or barrier.

DJ25Q
DJ25Q
6 years ago
Reply to  Misha

did you see the poles ( columns ) that separate lanes at intersections?
the ripped of poles are much more than those still standing !

Misha
Misha
6 years ago
Reply to  DJ25Q

Yes, very true but I would rather have some kind of obstacle between me and a car than nothing at all.

Charlene McCarthy Blake
Reply to  Misha

Red herrings! Barriers will NOT stop in electronically-induced RUNAWAY vehicles! Bollards are often uprooted!

Auto manufacturers must be mandated to prove error-proof FAILSAFES in the electronic throttle control systems! Drivers are NOT to blame though automakers ruthlessly incriminate them with FAULTY EDR data!

disqus_pMo2Yd12qH
disqus_pMo2Yd12qH
6 years ago

Here ignoramus. This shirt has you all over it. Maybe it comes in chubby-size for you:
http://i3.cpcache.com/product/789727797/i_do_dumb_things_t.jpg?height=225&width=225

Azar Hadi
Azar Hadi
6 years ago
Reply to  Misha

How about day cars, building, store front, driving in the highway when cars like Toyota and Lexus take off like a rocket and kill and injure people. Toyota and Lexus are known to suddenly accelerate and in some cases in American they go airborne. Placing blocks are not the solution. The ELECTRONIC DEFECT in Toyota and Lexus need to be fixed.

disqus_pMo2Yd12qH
disqus_pMo2Yd12qH
6 years ago
Reply to  Azar Hadi

Boy, you two idiots are going crazy for a story that didn’t involve a Toyota…

Razan M
Razan M
6 years ago

May be the driver tried to get out placing his leg on accelerator and the gear in D. They hardly switch off engine even while refuelling.
Anyway all he will pay is 100 Riyals if he is at fault.

anonyms
anonyms
6 years ago

Guess this “desertcard” and “MIMH ” and some others don’t have any other business to do….. why even live in this country and bite the hand that feeds you…. get lost to somewhere else and live your dreamlife

Coco
Coco
6 years ago
Reply to  anonyms

Do you cook?

Deepak Babu
Deepak Babu
6 years ago
Reply to  Coco

LOL

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6 years ago
Reply to  Coco

LOL, Qatar doesn’t feed me, or pay me.