Bentley Owner in China Kindly Accepts Free Green Onions From Elderly Vegetable Vendor Who Hit His Car
An elderly vendor in the city of Jinan, the capital of Shandong Province in eastern China, got off the hook after he accidentally hit a black Bentley while riding his motorized tricycle this week.
The owner of the Bentley car decided to let the vendor go and not charge him for damage after learning that the man was disabled, as can be seen on the WeChat post. But of course, he reminded the elderly vendor to be more careful when riding his motorcycle.
One lucky college student from Yunnan Province, China, received a full financial support for her schooling after confessing how she accidentally scratched a parked Lexus car.
The touching moment happened earlier this month when 18-year-old Zhang, a first-year student Baoshan Academy School of Art and Design, went to a bank to deposit her pocket money.
A collision caused by one of Google’s self-driving cars and involving a Silicon Valley bus was caught on video.
Traffic footage from the incident that happened earlier this year was obtained by the Associated Press. The Google smart car, a 2012 Lexus RX 450h, was heading eastbound in the far right lane of El Camino Real and preparing to make a right turn onto Castro street by pulling closer to the curb before it encountered sandbags around a manhole in its path.