Rider falls down, Bezza slows down excessively, pile-up ensues involving a Brabus G-Class – videos

A new day, another gory dashcam footage showing an unfortunate incident on Malaysian roads. This time, the clips show a motorcycle rider being hit by a car along Lebuhraya Sultan Iskandar (formerly Jalan Mahameru, near the parliament building), causing him to fall and slide across the road. What happened after is grueling to watch.

A Chevrolet Optra just about managed to avoid the rider, who appeared unscathed and ready to get up. A Perodua Alza right behind (the first camera car) also looked like it would have stopped right before the rider, only to be rear-ended by another vehicle, causing the blue MPV to jump forward and hit the helpless motorcyclist.

The second dashcam clip is even harder to watch, as it shows that the rider could have walked away without any serious injury. In it, a Perodua Bezza in the middle lane is seen braking hard, almost down to a complete stop. This was clearly an unnecessary move, as the rider had slid to the far right lane, leaving the middle lane clear. Yes, avoiding action was needed, but not to the point of stopping in the middle of a fast-moving lane.

A Mercedes-Benz G-Class, with what appears to be a Brabus kit on, reacted to the stopping Bezza a little too late and decided to swerve right instead. Unfortunately, the large and heavy 4×4 went right into the above-mentioned blue Alza, jumping it forward to then hit the rider. From walking away with minor injuries, the innocent motorcyclist now faces a long recovery.

All in all, it was a disastrously mishandled situation by all parties. Accidents happen, yes, but we can all be more mindful and careful to avoid such unfortunate incidents. Be more aware of your surroundings, always keep a safe distance ahead, and please, do not slow down excessively when you see an accident. Otherwise, you may be putting lives at risk.

Stay safe on the roads, dear Malaysians.

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Hafriz Shah

Preferring to drive cars rather than desks, Hafriz Shah ditched his suit and tie to join the ranks of Malaysia’s motoring hacks. A car’s technical brilliance is completely lost on him, appreciating character-making quirks more. When not writing this ego trip of a bio, he’s usually off driving about aimlessly, preferably in a car with the right combination of three foot pedals and six gears.



  • people don’t often get into accident, so hindsight is 20/20

    for most people, see something like that you’ll just brake hard. avoiding action like swerving left/right can be a risky move as in that split second you might not have time to actually check if there’s a vehicle in your blind spot. so if swerving, instead of hitting a car in front, you might hit a car at the side.

    yes, the g-wagen with cross-drill rotors could stop sooner, but the reaction time (drive might be distracted), speed and weight of the g-wagen might not be enough.

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  • N.A.K on Oct 12, 2022 at 3:17 pm

    I don’t think its excessive braking by the Bezza. Initial hit on the motorcycle rider cause him to fall in middle lane, so of course reflex action to brake as hard as possible.

    G-wagon reacted a bit too late. Also common driver problem in malaysia, not looking forward far enough. At that height should be able to see the motorcycle accident himself and slow down already.

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  • ROTI CANAI on Oct 12, 2022 at 3:31 pm

    noob g wagon driver, but thats why its good to use your horn in this situations at least ppl become more alert

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