“Take it down before I get in trouble,” 23-year-old Darran Anderson reportedly commented on a video of him in his BMW cutting through traffic on New York’s Long Island Expressway. That didn’t really work out for him.
Here’s a surefire reminder that saving a parking space is a surefire way to start drama.
Sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference between someone with big balls and someone with a small brain. Watching a Ferrari F12 bust a wheel fording a stream in the Himalayas is one such moment.
And his buddies snitched on him, too.
We do not support tailgating, and we do not support brake checking someone when they’re tailgating you. This, right here, is why.
Unsurprisingly, he doesn’t seem to give a shit.
Look, I’m a fan of wheelies as much as the next guy. Hell, I even went to a wheelie school last week so I could write about it and tell you how to be wheelie awesome. But if we want people to stop hating us motorcyclists, we need to knock this shit off.
The 662-horsepower Shelby GT500 is a tire-shredding machine, a little voice in your mind to do a burnout anywhere, any time. That little voice reportedly put a dude in the hospital over the weekend.
What do you do when your $1.5 million car is caught on video terrorizing a residential neighborhood, then you further piss everyone off by saying you have diplomatic immunity when you really don’t? Simple: you get the fuck outta Dodge.
Police officials in Beverly Hills investigating the LaFerrari and Porsche 911 GT3 drivers who tore through a neighborhood at excessive speeds say that the parties involved do not have actually have diplomatic immunity like they claimed.
You’ve probably seen the viral video where a LaFerrari and a white Porsche 911 GT3 blast through residential streets in Beverly Hills, scraping their bumpers, blowing past stop signs and grenading one of their engines. And you may have wondered, “Where are the cops in all of this?”
With some types of car ownership, you’re just asking for trouble. These ten types of car owners don’t have any right to complain for their flawed purchases.
Based on what happened here, if Jalopnik was based in the United Arab Emirates, we’d be the only automotive website to be run from prison. That’s because a woman who took a picture of a some asshole’s car who parked across two disabled spaces and posted it on Facebook was thrown in jail for “writing bad words.” Ugh.
In today’s world, incompetent drivers are everywhere. Not only that, they’re also becoming more and more incompetent. Here are the ten best ways to deal with them.
Ah, the wide open road, where the left-lane hog roams free.
It’s easy to think that the field of parking lot-inspired dickshittery is stagnating. What real innovations have you seen lately? Well, I’m happy to say that impressive work is still being done, as evidenced by this remarkable triumph of awful parking and juvenile vandalism, perpetrated by a self-absorbed jackass.…
As we’ve been in the habit of collecting horrible car dealer experiences lately, let us also take a moment to remember that customers can be every bit as bad. Case in point: this text message exchange between a dealer and a would-be Volkswagen GTI buyer that devolves into a missive of poorly-spelled insults. Human…
Here's a Ferrari 456 parked across two spots, one of which happens to be a handicapped space. The thing is, this driver isn't an asshat, and there's one simple reason why: He's driving a Ferrari 456. This is a service to society.
Everyone thinks the drivers where they live are the worst drivers in the world. While the usual offenders seem to be in Russia, China and Florida, this supercut makes me wonder if South Carolina should be a top contender as well.
Here's the thing about life in 2015: we have cameras following us everywhere. This means maybe you should think twice before throwing shit at other drivers on the highway and brake-checking them in your sweet Subaru WRX hatchback.