This is why you should leave your car after a breakdown

The passengers of this Citroen Xsara Picasso watched a van crash into their car.

This is why you should leave your car after a breakdown

If you’ve broken down it’s tempting to stay in your vehicle and wait for recovery to help. After all, it’s warm and comfortable in there – why would you want to stand on the roadside, particularly in bad weather?

Well, you may think again after seeing these pictures. This Citroen Xsara Picasso had broken down on the A45 dual carriageway in Solihull yesterday leaving its passengers stranded.

This is why you should leave your car after a breakdown

Fortunately, they had left the vehicle when a Ford Transit carrying logs slammed into the back of it, causing substantial damage.

The 20-year-old van driver was taken to hospital with minor injuries. We bet the passengers in the Picasso won’t consider staying in their car next time they breakdown.

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