Justin Bieber escaped injury in a car crash in Los Angeles recently.

The 21-year-old Sorry singer wasn't driving his Cadillac Escalade at the time of the incident, which occurred in Burbank.

Pictures have emerged of the accident showing the vehicle colliding with a silver VW that was driving behind it when both cars changed lanes at the same time.

Luckily, the fender bender didn't cause any injuries - to either Justin or the other driver, according to Britain's The Sun newspaper.

The cars also avoided any major damage, although a small dent just above the wheel arch could be seen on the VW after the prang.

Justin was then spotted leaning out of the window and gesticulating to the other car. It appeared he was telling the driver to drive on, but he may have been indicating that the vehicle should pull over further up the road so they could exchange details for insurance purposes.

Wearing a red baseball cap, Justin didn't look too worried about the crash.

He has spent a lot of money perfecting his Cadillac, however. It was customised by the team at West Coast Customs shop, who often feature on the vehicular makeover show Pimp My Ride.

Described as a "mobile mancave", the car features white shaggy carpet, a flat screen television and built in Wi-Fi.
Justin has previously had several run-ins with the law when it comes to being behind the wheel, including an arrest for driving without a licence.

He also caused scandal when he egged a neighbour's home in January 2014, causing $20,000 of damage, but said in a recent interview that he is keen to move on from the difficult stages of his life.

"I'd like people to understand that when you have so much on and you're constantly under scrutiny, it's a very tough place to be," he told Britain's OK! magazine. "It was a hard time for me and I needed to rebel against everything. That's when I started making a lot of mistakes. When you're 19 or 20, you're going to make a lot of mistakes - it's just that I have cameras following me everywhere."

He added that many reports were "blown out of proportion" and that he became something of a "reality star" rather than a musician.