When you're on your provisional driver's licence, you need to be very careful about sticking to the rules.
Police are always on the hunt for young drivers doing the wrong thing, whether that's travelling with too many passengers past a certain time, ensuring they haven't had a drink, or keeping to their specific speed limit.
So it's beggar's belief why this driver thought it would be a good idea to hop on a highway with a larger load than normal.
A picture uploaded to Dashcam Owners Australia has captured the moment a tiny Kia vehicle was driving along the Western Motorway in Eastern Creek, New South Wales, on Christmas Eve.
On top of the car were 10 (yes, ten) bicycles.
Credit where credit is due: that is an impressive level of stacking on such a small car. However, if we're looking at the stability of that pile, especially on a highway where the driver can go 100km/h, it's mildly concerning.
After the post debuted on Facebook, people have been divided on how they feel.
One person wrote: "I want to see the conversation this young driver has with the constable: 'I was challenged by my mates to see how many I could stack on my car'."
Another said: "The power of prayer is amazing except when the rope breaks and the bikes go everywhere."
A third added: "Taking the term 'bike rack' to new levels. Still no proper bike rack on the back."
There's no indication whether the driver copped a fine or was even stopped by the police for their impressive bike stacking skills.
Hopefully they also got to their destination without having any issues with the two-wheeled machines.
Featured Image Credit: Dashcam Owners Australia/Facebook
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