字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 - I've had phone calls about your driving. Complaints about you passing people. You've done it not very safely. I don't feel safe with you driving. - Southern District's Constable Dwight Grieve has been tailing a rental car that's spurred other motorists to report on its alarmingly bad driving. There's a possibility the occupants are from overseas. So Dwight tries the siren again, in several different languages. - We'll try some more noise, see if that works. We're trying all sorts, this really gives us an indication of their clues about driving, I think. They can't work out to pull over. We're following them a long time here. Camper van worked it out. Car didn't. - After nearly 10 kilometers of lights and sirens, the driver has finally worked out that he needs to get off the road, but still has absolutely no idea. - Unbelievable. Pull over where it's safe, where people can see us. Not on a corner. - Oh, so I can't stop here? - Follow me. - Okay. - Follow me, okay? - Things couldn't get much worse for the hapless driver. - Oh dear. He just pulled out right in front of a car. - But Dwight doesn't want to push anyone's luck. - I have a series of questions for you. - Okay. - Okay. How long have you had the car, and how long have you been driving in New Zealand? - 13 minutes. - First day. - Ah. - First day to New Zealand. - Yeah. - Less than a day into their honeymoon, this couple is already doing well to stir up the locals. - I've had phone calls about your driving, okay? You've been driving very slow, not letting people past you. In New Zealand, if you have people stuck behind you, you must pull over, let them pass. We've also had complaints about you passing people. So when you've passed people, right, you know how you've gone past people? You've done it not very safely. In New Zealand, okay, you must have 100 meters of clear road in front of you the whole time you pass. - It's a basic rule of safety that some local drivers would also do well to remember. But Dwight usually has less trouble pulling them over. - In Taiwan, how do the police stop cars? - We, uh, do this. - They do that. - Yeah. - I've got lots of flashing lights. - Yeah, I got confused, and because I'm not sure what I'm doing is wrong. - But a lot of people are very sure what he's been doing wrong, and Dwight gets the full confirmation on the extent of the holidaymakers' litany of lucky escapes. - As they've pulled out of the airport, they've gone into the roundabouts at Queenstown Airport. They have stopped in the middle of the roundabout. They have cut across the roundabout. They've then stopped in the next roundabout, and cut across the corner and stopped in the middle of the roundabout. Even on the roundabouts, you know, we've got the roundabouts on the road. We have these. Yes. You've been stopping in them. They've then carried on to another roundabout, stopped just short of a roundabout. A truck came around the corner and almost hit them. Big tractor, big farm piece of machinery. This is just nuts, so I'm going to see if I can get a hold of the rental car company, see if I can take the vehicle off these people, and return them to Queenstown. I don't feel safe with you driving. So what I think is, you're going to be a lot safer and enjoy your holiday a lot more, if you were to do your holiday in a bus. For the driving that people have rung us about, you could have been arrested and gone to court. Okay? Do you understand that? For not stopping for me, you could have been arrested and gone to court. I've contacted the rental car company, and we're taking the rental car off you. - On balance, this is hardly the worst thing that could have happened to these newlyweds today. As well as leaving the driving to the experts, they'll also get a ride straight to the bus station, courtesy of a local senior constable. In the central North Island, west of Whanganui, a wheel has come off an old caravan, and Senior Constable John Ahern has stopped to help. - Now, I've just retired as chaplain of Titoki Healing Centre, to say to people, we're retired, so we're not necessarily in a hurry. - In this case, that's a good thing. The wheel studs have completely disintegrated, and the domestic jack is too weak to lift the caravan anyway. - Yeah, not much I can do, unfortunately. - But salvation could be at hand in the form of a mechanical engineer from Hunterville. He's arrived on the scene with a fully equipped breakdown vehicle and an intelligently designed jack perfect for the task. But even the professionals are stumped by this one. The caravan is nearly as old as Methuselah, and uses specifications at odds with its modern replacements. - Oh, he's just trying to get some studs, and they're not pulling in that well, but it's going to be sufficient for getting the wheel back on, and just a nice slow drive. - Replacement parts will need to be conjured up from scratch, back in Hunterville. Luckily they can patch up the wheel to make it that far. - So it's just going to be a temporary fix-up, as best as the mechanic can. And then 2km, very slow run back to Hunterville. - The couple may have been tested on their journey so far, but they've been blessed by the mechanical know-how of Hunterville's finest. - Praise God. Good stuff. - See you later. - Amen. - Have a great, safe trip. - Yes. - Hope it gets better. - All right, go now. Go! Go, go, go. - Is the wheel still on? - Yeah, just keep on going around, around. You'll be right. - Okay. Thank you so much. - Take care. Hope to see you again. Thank you. Yeah, they're going back to Hunterville, across the road to the campsite over there. They'll spend the night there, and in the morning, the guys will fix it for them.