Astonishing Video Shows Kid Driving Better Than Most Adults

Mason Riverwind

Updated Monday, July 1, 2024 at 12:00 AM CDT

A viral video titled "Damn... this kid drives better than most of the population in my country" has taken the internet by storm, showcasing an incredibly skilled young driver. The video, featuring a child adeptly controlling a high-end gaming setup, has prompted a flurry of reactions and comments highlighting the impressive driving skills on display.

One user remarked, "This kid's gaming-setup is also more expensive than most cars in most countries... ;)" which underscores the sophistication and expense of the rig used. Another comment humorously states, "No matter how good you are at something, there's always an Asian kid better than you," reflecting the universal admiration for the child's talent.

The video shows the kid confidently navigating virtual roads, leading one commenter to quip, "Kid: 'Hold my juicebox'." Questions about the video's authenticity arose, with a skeptical user asking, "Knowz how to control it. But is video sped up?" Regardless, the consensus is clear: this kid's prowess is extraordinary.

Concerns about future driving lessons were voiced with, "That kid is going to scare the s*** out of his driving instructor some day." The video also sparked a debate on screen time for children, with one user noting, "Not convinced that this is possible within the whole 'children shouldn't have more than 30 minutes of screen time a day.'"

The high cost of the gaming setup was another talking point. "That game rig probably cost more than my actual car," commented a user, emphasizing the luxury of the setup. Observing the child's focus, another noted, "It’s because he’s not on his phone."

Some viewers were critical of the video’s realism, with comments such as, "No hard G forces in the corners though," and "No seat belt and no helmet? I call b******t." Yet, the overall sentiment remained positive, as people marveled at the child's skill.

A humorous comment read, "Hold my sippy! That b**** said something mean about mommy!" and another referenced pop culture, "Training to drive for Dr. Jones." The impressive setup even sparked envy, "I don't even play racing games that often, but I really f***ing want that set-up."

One user appreciated the small details with, "Love how his little sandals are on the side just hanging on," while another challenged the child’s abilities, "Yeah, now try to parallel park!" The advanced technique of left foot braking was noted with admiration, "ooo left foot braking. I could never figure that out. I suppose it's easier when you learn to drive that way."

A humorous nod to viral content was made with, "Samir! You are breaking the car!" and an insightful comment highlighted the early start, "How to have 10 years of experience driving by age 15." While the video’s music received mixed reviews, "Incredibly bad music," some viewers were curious about the track, "I would like to know the song please."

This video not only showcases an impressive young talent but also sparks conversations on gaming setups, screen time, and future driving prospects.

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Top Comments from Imgur

dobroweigh

No matter how good you are at something, there's always an Asian kid better than you.

commentsivehadafew

Kid: “Hold my juicebox”

xxandl

This kids gaming-setup is also more expensive than most cars in most countries... ;)

UnattendedDeviant

Knowz how to control it. But is video sped up?

jwhennig

It’s because he’s not on his phone.

jwillustrat

That kid is going to scare the s*** out of his driving instructor some day.

dashers

Not convinced that this is possible within the whole "children shouldn't have more than 30 minutes of screen time a day".

thomn8r

That game rig probably cost more than my actual car

thatguyfromny

No hard G forces in the corners though.

BryanLaserEpee

Training to drive for Dr. Jones

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