- A local woman spotted driving a BMW sedan with so much skill has attracted the attention of local social networkers
- The video shows the lady easily changing gears and managing to produce the usual sound associated with the BMW Gusheshe engine
- Some peeps are impressed and are even wondering how did she do it because the car sounds like it has an automatic engine
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A local woman is seen driving a BMW Gusheshe and her skills as she changes gears have Mzansi in disbelief. The driver is seen in the video having a lovely conversation with her passenger before displaying her skills.
In a small road, there are cars heading in the opposite direction but the woman seems to be unbothered as they both laugh. The passenger also seems to be praising her. The viral clip has also grabbed the attention of Briefly News.
Taking a glance at the comments, some people are seriously impressed with the lady’s driving capabilities but some are left wondering whether the car is manual or it has an automatic engine. Wrote @KulaniCool:
“She's the baddest.”
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The post reads:
“How did she do that with auto??? Cuz with manual we call it "double clutch"."
“Is this a manual or automatic? Or ke Tiptronic?”
“Nizofela emanyaleni nge steering wheel asikrom ngiyadlala.”
“And mind you that she is in an automatic. She knows that overdrive.”
“She’s for keeps.”
“The steering wheel gave it away.”
“I can't even do this myself.”
“This car is speeding.”
“Velaphi:” Delivery guy pops a 'wheelie' on his motorbike, Mzansi hilariously reacts
In another article regarding driving, Briefly News posted that a South African delivery guy is a hit on the internet for his skills in driving the motorbike.
The unknown driver is seen in a video popping a 'wheelie' on his light bike. Briefly News took to the video’s comments section to find out what makes this guy so special and we also select a few comments.
Some people remembered the old comedy that graced our televisions back in the 80s with its late actor, Ray Ntlokwana, also known as Velaphi.
The Facebook page also highlights a number of bad driving tendencies on Mzansi roads with a clip of one guy brilliantly reversing his donkeys into a parking bay.
Source: Briefly News