Now that sounds way worse than this situation right here. Glad you kept her up right!Great maneuvering man. I had a similar experience going through a workzone at 5am. The person in front of me panicked for some unknown stupid reason and locked up their brakes. I came to a sliding hault just inches from their bumber. Traffic was on my right at highway speeds and a barrier was on my left so I didn't have anywhere to go.It was and rainy I had literally just put new tires on the night before. it's easier said than done but it's so important to just keep cool and focus in those situations.
That is what scared me the most, what was behind me looking at the big red fire engine on the other side.No audio right now for me (not your vid) good brake and swerve, great example of maneuverability. Think about potential cars behind not paying attention behind!
meat in a SUV/sedan sandwich lol I have to agree with that statementThis also shows the importance of the 2 second minimum following distance. I try to find a bubble between the wolf-packs and ride in that.
Glad you made it through. Being the meat in a SUV/sedan sandwich is never a good thing.