It's been another major month of incidents on the region's roads and motorways.
Dashcam footage captured a car travelling the wrong way down an M62 slip road at Saddleworth.
The vehicle is captured heading in the opposite direction down the one-way road at the motorway’s Saddleworth junction.
At first everything appears calm on the roads as the driver recording the footage makes his way off the quiet stretch of M62.
But then as the film continues to roll a silver vehicle appears on the horizon, heading towards the motorway in the wrong direction.
The driver beeps and tries to warn the other vehicle it is heading the wrong way, and then swears in shock at what he has just witnessed.
The clip was recorded in September, but was shared with the wider public by Dash Cam Network for the first time a few days ago.
And after posting the startling clip, a number of people got in touch to air their views on what happened.
One, Jill Marshall, said: “I’ve seen this at least three times people going up the slip road or when you are at the bottom of the ONE WAY slip road they go in the left lane to turn right and cut you up.”
While another, Paul Kearslake urged the driver who recorded the incident to ‘send a clip to the police force covering that area’.
Tragic news earlier this week when A young mum who went missing from a city centre nightclub was reported as having died in a car crash.
Heartfelt tributes poured in for Joetta Shumba after her close friend said she had been killed in a collision on the M62.
A Facebook appeal was launched to find Joetta , known as Jo Jo and also Joetta Zane, after she went missing from Club Liv in Manchester city centre at 3am on Sunday morning.
Reports emerged that she was involved in the fatal crash a few hours later.
Joetta’s friend Kaley Coleman posted a heartbreaking message for her on Facebook on Tuesday morning: “My eyes will forever burn with sorrow and my heart will forever ache in pain.
The passing of my best friend has come a shock to us all. With every bone in my body I wish this was untrue.
"I wish I could just call her up one last time and tell her how much I loved her, how proud I was of her, that she was an amazing mother to her little one and that she was one of the bestest friends any one could have asked for.
Meanwhile on another major road, dashcam footage showed a driver accelerating into traffic and swerving dangerously between lanes on the way into Manchester.
The dashcam film was shared online by an amazed spectator to the high-risk manoeuvres as a warning to other drivers to take care while in their vehicles.
It was uploaded to YouTube by Duncan Mather, who films all the journeys he makes in his car for insurance purposes.