Dash cam

Dashcam footage swoops down Sydney road before wondering who’s wrong

The driver of a ute has released dash cam footage from a white van on a Sydney road after an apparent row over who was wrong.

Cameras in the front and rear of the UTE were filming when the incident occurred.

The rear camera shows the white van speeding up and moving through traffic as it goes to pass the ute with the dashcam.

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The driver of a ute has released dash cam footage from a white van on a Sydney road after an apparent row over who was wrong. (Youtube)
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Cameras in the front and rear of the UTE were filming when the incident occurred. (Youtube)

The white van is then filmed indicating and returning in front of the ute as it approaches a roundabout.

The front camera records the sound of the brakes and the white van appearing to hit another vehicle in front of it which had been stopped while waiting to enter the dual carriageway roundabout.

The driver of a ute has released dash cam footage from a white van on a Sydney road after an apparent row over who was wrong.
The driver of the white van got out of his vehicle and approached the ute he had just passed. (Youtube)

The driver of the white van got out of his vehicle and approached the ute he had just passed.

“It’s not my problem,” the ute driver can be heard saying as the van driver approaches.

“That’s not my p——- problem mate.”

The driver of a ute has released dash cam footage from a white van on a Sydney road after an apparent row over who was wrong.
The van driver looks angry and pulls out his camera to photograph the vehicle as it changes lanes to drive away. (Youtube)

The van driver looks angry and pulls out his camera to photograph the vehicle as it changes lanes to drive away.

“Play silly games, you get silly prizes,” the ute driver can be heard saying as they pass.