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'Drive Recklessly' Proves That Distracted Driving Can be Good

You may feel a slight urge to run all stop signs and red lights after watching 'Drive Recklessly,' which is a hilarious spoof that shows why getting into an accident can sometimes be a good thing.

'Drive Recklessly' was created by comedy group The Midnight Show. The video initially starts out like any other safe driving PSA, showing an accident with a pedestrian in slow-mo and detailing how slower driving leads to shorter stopping distances. The video takes a shocking twist towards the end when it is revealed that Adolf Hitler is the man saved by safe driving practices! The very end of the 'Drive Recklessly' video is priceless and I won't spoil it for you. You can watch The Midnight Show's Drive Recklessly here.