This Rollercoaster Would NOT Be Legal In The US. When You See Why, You'll Freak!

Please be warned, there is some foul language in this video.  That being said, I can empathize with them.

The "Gravity Max" tilt coaster is a REAL rollercoaster in Taiwan.  We don't have one of these in the US.  Why might you ask?  Perhaps it's because this rollercoaster disassembles itself as you travel towards the drop point, then reassembles itself by tilting the entire track back to connect you to the rest of the ride.  Don't believe me?  See for yourself!
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