Driver without a wing mirror puts his mobile into selfie mode to help him reverse

Now that is a wise telephone! Driver and not using a wing mirror places his cell into selfie mode to assist him reverse his cement mixer down the road

  • Driver used his telephone in selfie-mode to reverse his lorry in Erith, Larger London 
  • Abruptly stopped his cement mixer and turned his telephone panorama for driving
  • Car was lacking a right-wing mirror so the motive force resorted to this technique
  • Holds the telephone out of his window whereas steering, in clip posted on October 9  

A driver used selfie-mode on his telephone to reverse a concrete mixer down a residential avenue as he had no wing mirror.

Within the weird clip, the orange concrete truck makes a right-hand bend in Erith, Larger London, earlier than stopping abruptly.

The driving force, who’s filming the second, stops their car and provides the lorry sufficient house to drag into the facet or head within the different path.

He tilts his phone landscape after trying portrait to try and drive backwards in Erith, Greater London

A driver abruptly stops his lorry (pictured left), which is carrying cement mixer, and fishes out his cell phone earlier than balancing it in selfie-mode to get a view of the street so he can reverse (pictured proper)

However the concrete mixer’s driver then pulls out his telephone and holds it outdoors his mirror, in what seems to be a very good view for seeing behind his car on the road.

As he nonchalantly whips out his machine, it will seem as if he had deliberate to make use of it or has carried out earlier than.  

He then tilts it side-ways to get a wider search for driving backwards, within the clip posted on October 9.

He steers the wheel while balancing his right arm on the open window, holding his phone, in the dashcam footage shared on October 9

He steers the wheel whereas balancing his proper arm on the open window, holding his telephone, within the dashcam footage shared on October 9

It manages to navigate around a parked car without a wing mirror on the right hand side of the truck

Long gone: The driver's attempts to navigate with his phone appear successful as they disappear into the distance

The car steadily makes it approach down the residential avenue and avoids making any eye contact or interplay with the motive force who shot the video

They confidently snake their way backwards on the road which luckily appears empty apart from a few parked cars

They confidently snake their approach backwards on the street which fortunately seems empty aside from a number of parked vehicles

Moments later, the clip zooms in and reveals the motive force fiddling along with his cell earlier than lastly deciding to relaxation his arm on the open window with the telephone. 

He steers the wheel in his different hand and makes a assured reverse – narrowly lacking a curb and making his approach up the road.

In the meantime he retains his eyes peeled on the small display screen in entrance of him, as an alternative of constructing any interplay with the ready automobile in entrance of him.