Gruesome images emerged from an almost terrifying collision that saw a dangerous driver almost crash into an approaching truck.
On Monday morning, passenger Mike Cains was traveling through Waitakere when a car passed his vehicle around and a blind corner and was within inches of getting into a truck.
Cains's vehicle had just crossed a small bridge when the driver behind him made the maneuver highly dangerous.
In the video, the truck driver can be seen flashing his lights in an attempt to alert the dangerous driver to his presence.
The incident occurred at 7:20 today near the Lower Nihotupu Dam in West Auckland.
"You absolute idiot," Cains wrote in social media.
"We were traveling at about 70 km / h (the speed limit) [when they passed]. There are no excuses for this, you are putting lives at risk.
"You deserve to be named and ashamed in your community as well. This is just past the car behind us."
According to Cains, the driver had to overtake another car before deciding to leave and go around in a blind corner.
The stretch of road is notorious for the cars they try to overtake.
Earlier this year, a frustrated Northland truck driver captured horrific images of repeated near-misses caused by idiot drivers.
In a compilation video posted online, the recording highlights the life-threatening decisions that road users are making every day in an effort to outdo large trucks.
In incidents between 2015 and 2018, drivers can be seen within inches of a possible death.
Many of the incidents show cars crossing the center line to overtake the yellow lines, even though the vehicles turn in the opposite direction. Other incidents have forced drivers to dodge or touch to avoid a collision, while others are seen crossing the blind corners of yellow lines with traffic coming in the opposite direction.
Even trucks were caught overtaking other trucks, with an incident forcing the dashman to stop at the side of the road, so that a truck overtaking him on the wrong side of the road did not collide with an approaching vehicle.
The video of complications was described by viewers as a "horror film" and a "daily occurrence."