UPDATE 3.50pm: A Queensland Police spokesman confirmed the incident was on Goodwood Rd and said the matter had been reported to the police and was being investigated.

"The incident happened at 8.30am and it was reported the semitrailer was trying to overtake a sedan on double white lines," he said. 

"Police are currently in the process of reviewing the footage. And we have the number plate of the company so it will all be followed up."

He said as technology advanced and dashcams became more available it helped police not only with traffic matters but was significant it other crimes.

"We are able to use footage from dashcams to help with things like homicide cases," he said.

EARLIER:

THIS hair-raising video shows why you should always be wary of crests.

Dash Cam Owners Australia has shared a video captured by 'Greg' of a road near Childers, which viewers speculated may be Goodwood Rd near the Isis Golf Club.

You'll have to watch to see what happens - but let's just say one NewsMail staff member said he needed new pants after the experience.

Needless to say, there is a reason double lines exist.

Have you captured any crazy dashcam driving experiences in the Bundaberg region? Share them with us at editorial@news-mail.com.au.


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