Video captures ATV rider crashing into his own car

He definitely didn’t stick the landing on this dismount.

A security camera captured the moment when Andy Quay lost control of the ATV he was getting off and rammed it into his new $68,000 Ford Mustang GT.

This was the shocking moment a man drove a quad bike into his brand new sports car - worth nearly £50,000.  See SWNS story SWQUAD.  Andy Quay, 25, was trying to park the quad bike, which belongs to a pal, beside his red Ford Mustang GT500, which he bought less than a year ago.  But as he took his foot off the pedal, the bike accelerated forward and smashed into the side of the sports car before spinning in the air, throwing Andy off.  Andy said: “It just took off and did a wheelie, knocking off the wing mirror of my car.”

Quay lost control as he was getting off of the ATV.  (SWNS)

The Scottish fisherman told SWNS that he was helping his friend get ready to load it onto a truck when the accident occurred and blamed the incident on the equipment.

This was the shocking moment a man drove a quad bike into his brand new sports car - worth nearly £50,000.  See SWNS story SWQUAD.  Andy Quay, 25, was trying to park the quad bike, which belongs to a pal, beside his red Ford Mustang GT500, which he bought less than a year ago.  But as he took his foot off the pedal, the bike accelerated forward and smashed into the side of the sports car before spinning in the air, throwing Andy off.  Andy said: “It just took off and did a wheelie, knocking off the wing mirror of my car.”

He was thrown to the ground as the bike rammed the car, hurting his leg and wrist.  (SWNS)

“The suspension and the throttle conversion had been altered - that was why it went flying,” Quay told SWNS.

Andy Quay, drove a quad bike into his brand new sports car worth nearly £50,000. See SWNS story SWQUAD; This was the shocking moment a man drove a quad bike into his brand new sports car worth nearly £50,000. Andy Quay, 25, was trying to park the quad bike, which belongs to a pal, beside his red Ford Mustang GT500, which he bought less than a year ago. But as he took his foot off the pedal, the bike accelerated forward and smashed into the side of the sports car before spinning in the air, throwing Andy off. Andy said: “It just took off and did a wheelie, knocking off the wing mirror of my car.

Quay bought the car just seven months ago for $67,000.  (SWNS)

“My friend had only just got the bike, and I was helping him put it in the back of the van when it went off and nearly broke my wrist,” Quay said.

Quay, who hails from Greenock, Inverclyde, Scotland, also hurt his leg in the crash, but the bike and car got the worst of it. The ATV’s front wheels were knocked loose, and the car took a good hit to the door and lost its side view mirror.