An Auburn man has been charged after a road rage incident in Greystanes

A man has been charged following an alleged road rage incident on the M4 Motorway at Greystanes last week.

The victim told police was driving a Honda Jazz sedan west along the M4 near Blacktown when he noticed a truck and trailer travelling very close behind him at about 2pm on Friday, June 16.

The truck driver sounded the horn and changed lanes, driving parallel to the sedan. The driver allegedly leaned out of the window and threw an object at the windscreen causing it to fracture. 

The truck changed lanes in front of the car and the dog trailer collided with the sedan.

The car was forced into the centre concrete dividing barrier where it came to a stop and the truck continued west on the M4.

The driver of the car was not injured but the vehicle was heavily damaged.

An Auburn man, 33, was later spoken to by police.

The heavy vehicle was examined by RMS inspectors where a number of defects were detected and the vehicle speed limiter was deemed to be non compliant.

The man was issued with a future court attendance notice for malicious damage, menacing driving, failing to stop and assist after a crash causing injury, and not giving his particulars to the other driver.

He is due to appear in Parramatta Local Court on Monday, July 31.


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