A new video has revealed that the Dardo dents are a result of car drivers not paying enough attention.
In the video, a car is shown being hit by a car with a tractor trailer, and then another car that is hit by another tractor trailer.
It appears that the car that the truck is on was hit by an unoccupied car.
It is unclear whether the driver of the first car that hit the tractor trailer is being prosecuted, or whether he is simply negligent.
The video ends with the car being destroyed, and a message saying: “Don’t go too far, that’s the end of it.”
However, the video is misleading.
According to Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera, there is no tractor trailer involved in the crash.
The footage was filmed on the same day as a traffic jam in Milan, which caused traffic to get stuck for a long time.
This traffic jam is blamed on a recent increase in traffic accidents in the Italian capital, and the video does not explain why a tractor-trailer is not involved.
The clip has been viewed nearly 5,000 times.
The Dardans are the area that borders the Piazza della Torre, the main avenue that leads to the capital.
The road that was blocked in the video shows a sign reading: “Motorcycles, cars, trucks, motorcycles: stop!”.
However, there are no signs warning drivers to be careful, and no tractor trailers.
As a result, the Dardedanellis have been a frequent target of cars with unregistered trucks that hit them, and have been the subject of serious accidents.
In December 2016, a pedestrian was killed when a car hit him with a heavy truck.
It was reported that the driver was fined €2,000 ($2,633) for the incident, which was later ruled to be a case of negligence.
In April 2018, a man died after being hit in the head by a tractor.
He was hit at an intersection in Piacenza, close to the city centre, after an accident involving a tractor and a motorbike.