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Driver Speeds Down Adelaide Expressway Hauling Cars Precariously Stacked on Trailer

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Driver Speeds Down Adelaide Expressway Hauling Cars Precariously Stacked on Trailer

Driver Speeds Down Adelaide Expressway Hauling Cars Precariously Stacked on Trailer

A motorist in Adelaide, South Australia, was seen taking a unique approach to hauling vehicles recently, driving along with two wrecked cars stacked one atop the other on his trailer.

Kayla McLeod recorded the scene, on the Port River Expressway, and it was posted to Instagram on June 5.

“The car rocked back and forth as the driver went over the slightest of bumps,” she told Storyful.

All in all, quite the balancing act.

And, maybe since the cars were smashed anyway, the driver decided it was worth the risk.

Police, however, might not share that opinion.

According to a local news report, they were investigating.

Credit: Kayla McLeod via Storyful

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