In the submitted video, a car was captured on camera trying to 3-point turn out of a parking lot. However, the driver seems to have some issue judging his 3-point turn. Crashing into a parked car multiple times.
After crashing into the parked car multiple times, the driver proceed to drive off. Resulting in a Hit and Run.
Under section 84 of the Road Traffic Act (RTA), there is a primary obligation for the driver who causes a motor vehicle accident to stop their vehicle immediately. This is even if the collision happens with a stationary or parked vehicle and that vehicle’s owner is nowhere in sight.
Hit and Run is a traffic offense that carry a fine of up to $3000 and/or to imprisonment of up to 12 month. Driver may also be disqualified from holding or obtaining a license for up to 12 months.