It's something seen on our roads every day: A terrible turn here, a red light run-through there. But even if bad drivers may have escaped a ticket, Wendy LeGault wants them to know they're not getting off easy.
"Some people just do the stupidest things. I still get shocked after doing this for over a year," said LeGault, who is the administrator, editor and videographer behind "Bad Drivers of Connecticut," a YouTube page that highlights risky moves people make behind the wheel.
"There was this one night on my way home from work, there was this really bad accident that happened in front of me. You know, single car accident that got completely destroyed, so I just decided to get it on camera for my safety and my security if anything happened, but also just to show everybody what's happening on the roads," said LeGault.
She takes her videos with a dashboard camera, then burns in some commentary. LeGault uploaded her 18th "Bad Drivers of Connecticut" compilation over the weekend.
"It's my commutes to work, to the store," said LeGault. "The longest part is going through all the footage, and then, when it comes to the editing and putting it together into a video and uploading it, that's a couple more hours there."
The exposé on terrible driving doesn't stop in Connecticut. A quick YouTube search shows "Bad Driver" recordings from many different places, including South Carolina, California, Michigan and, even internationally, in Canada, Russia and Holland.
"People like to watch people do bad things and it's just, I guess, it's entertaining for some people, educational for other people," said LeGault.
She said her work on the roads is hands-free and hopes it makes a difference.
"It'd be great if it gets noticed by the police or the authorities and they say, 'Hey look, this area is really bad. We should take a look at it.' But I'll keep doing it so long as there is bad drivers out there, haha," said LeGault.