An Indian sets a new record for driving a car backwards more than 16 km in 30 minutes

Amman Today

publish date 1970-01-01 03:00:00

During an event held last week in India, Chandramoli, a passionate motorist, set a new world record by driving over 16 kilometers in reverse in less than 30 minutes. Only 10 years old, he trained hard for the task, realizing that he had to beat the previous record set by 22-year-old Tyson Thomas of Pathanamthitta of Kerala, who walked 14.2 km by driving backwards for 30 minutes.


Chandramuli achieved a distance of 16 kilometers and 140 meters in just 29 minutes and 10 seconds. Difficulty driving behind, even over short distances, especially in crowded traffic, according to odditycentral.

Although he trained to drive in reverse in order to try, Chandramuli said he had to deal with excruciating neck pain for 29 minutes and 10 seconds.

The Indian motorist advised anyone wishing to attempt this record to take all safety precautions to avoid endangering their lives and the lives of other motorists.


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