The same weekend that hundreds of muscle cars shut down two highways at the same time in the East Bay, one brazen Camaro whipped donuts on the Golden Gate Bridge. This is a landmark moment in sideshow history.
Shutting down an intersection in the East Bay for a donut-filled sideshow is nothing new. Shutting down two highways and the country's fifth-busiest port all at once is a different story.
It is telling that the very name for rolling through a stop sign is a "California Stop." This particular intersection in Belmont, south of San Francisco, illustrates again why our drivers are so terrible at following the rules of the road.
What starts out as a short traffic stop quickly balloons into a review of one woman's endless string of bad registrations and hopeless government dealings. Try and count how many violations this Bay Area woman has on her Chevy Malibu Maxx.