This is the moment a youth riding an electric scooter was thrown across a car bonnet in a shocking collision.
Dash cam footage, recorded on June 26 in Huddersfield, shows the young rider hurtling out from a side road in front of the car.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The scooter races into the path of the driver, who has no chance of avoiding it, before the rider flies up onto the vehicle's bonnet and is then thrown onto the road.
West Yorkshire police said no injuries were reported after the incident.
The scooter rider rolls off the bonnet after the collision in Beck Road at around 4.30pm on June 26
The e-scooter flies up onto the car bonnet as he collides with the vehicle in Huddersfield
The 28 seconds of footage were recorded next to a retail park in the city's Beck Road at around 4.30pm, when the male driver turns round the corner onto an open road.
He continues for less than two seconds before the scooter darts out in front of him, causing him to slam on the brakes.
He collides with the rider, who doesn't appear to be wearing any protective equipment and is illegally riding the scooter on the road.
The young boy spins off the front of the vehicle and lands in a crumpled heap on the floor, appearing shaken but largely unscathed.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The two men in the car can be heard asking: 'Is he ok? Are you ok?' before going to check on the boy's condition.
The driver points to the side junction from where the boy had suddenly emerged and speaks with him for a time while helping him off the road.
The scooter heads on a collision course with the driver who slams on the brakes but can't avoid hitting it
A spokesman for West Yorkshire Police confirmed the force was aware of the incident and said there were no injuries reported in the wake of the collision.
The footage has been shared online by several groups including Surrey police's Road Policing Unit.
They posted it on Twitter with a caption stressing that privately owned electric scooters 'are 100% ILLEGAL to use on public roads / pavements / parks unless part of the Government