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Chinese driver unable to disable cruise control is supposedly stuck behind the wheel for hours

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I’m not sure how this is true, but it’s all over the internet so it must be true, right?

According to a story told on a Chinese website auto home relayed drivethe driver of a Chinese-made Haval H6 crossover was held behind the wheel for more than 300 miles on the highway because it failed to brake and override the cruise control system’s set speed (approximately 62 mph). Brakes and cruise control, what are the odds.

The vehicle’s sole occupant, patiently piloted by “Mr. Luo” Haval — One of China’s most popular cars — sprinted through Hunan and stopped for gas.

Authorities said he contacted police by cell phone, and they provided escorts for most of the trip. He said he could not offer a solution other than to advise

Straight under police escort, it’s unclear why he couldn’t simply turn off the ignition and coast to a halt.

Police say they are investigating the incident. Haval is a subdivision of the larger part. great wall motor.

This is also not the original plot. In the 1994 movie “Speed,” the arch-villain Dennis Hopper rigs a crowded Los Angeles transit bus, and if it goes over 80 miles per hour, a bomb is planted under it. A bomb explodes. Chaos continues.

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