Chinese carpocalypse: Thousands of vehicles stranded on Beijing motorway (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

Vehicles are seen stuck in a traffic jam near a toll station as people return home at the end of a week-long national day holiday, in Beijing, China, October 6, 2015. © China Daily
Impatience? Hatred? Agony? Neglect? What do you think people on one of the busiest and widest highways in China felt when they got stuck in endless traffic jam? Aerial footage of the several kilometers-long gridlock looks like a carpocalypse has happened.

So if you complain about traffic jams in your city, just look at this footage and think again.

The carmageddon took place on the 2,273-kilometer Beijing-Hong Kong-Macau Expressway that links the cities of Beijing and Shenzhen in the Guangdong province, at the border with Hong Kong on Tuesday.

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Vehicles are seen stuck in a traffic jam near a toll station as people return home at the end of a week-long national day holiday, in Beijing, China, October 6, 2015. © China Daily

According to China's National Tourism Administration, more than 750 million Chinese were on the roads between October 1 and 7.