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Growing up, driving cars was a complete mystery for us kids. It wasn't until Driver's Ed that we realized you're not supposed to drive with both feet because you might floor the wrong pedal if you're startled!

We hope this soggy Russian driver learns her lesson when she decides to take a left turn where there's no left turn and then slams on what she thinks is her brakes... accelerating her and two passengers into a river far below! An Aussie tuner driver might have seemed a little cooler if his poorly-timed acceleration hadn't completely humiliated him.

via ViralHog

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