I would say its real, judging from another video which has the accident in slow motion.
Some say its fake because the person still shoots the video even after the accident. Its certainly questionable as to why the person did that, & its probably the main factor pointing to the video being fake, but I wouldn't say its 100% unlikely. It would depend on how the camera was held or how the video was taken, cause from what i saw, the video was fairly stable, & most videos recorded by hand are awfully wobbly. But that might just support the possibility of it being fake.
Some say its fake because there's no damage to the car, which I find questionable as to how can they tell from such a blur video? Plus, the video doesn't show much of the car. Besides, why would a car be damaged by hitting a person when its designed to withstand high impact?
The reason why I believe it to be true is because the scene where she got hit by the car looked awfully real. Computer generated graphics couldn't possibly be this real.
Why didn't she fly off after being hit?
Cause the driver pressed the brakes.
Why was she at the side of the car?
Watch the slow Mo, she fell to the side after being hit, then got ran over...
Why does the blood looked fake?
How can you tell? Just because it wasn't bright red?
Why isn't it on the news or the internet?
Doesn't seem like anything big....aren't road accidents common?
Why did they post it on youtube?
Perhaps as a lesson, pranks are not funny, don't do it.
Unless properly planned.
Thing is, whether or not its real, a lesson can be learnt from this, & that is not to play pranks on anyone, it isn't fun or funny, & when people are scared or frightened, they can't think straight & bad things could happened.