If only there was a cop around to bust every asshat passing traffic on the shoulder.
Remember when a BMW M6 driver smashed his own car with a sledgehammer because he claimed BMW refused to fix its rough driving and shifting problems? He restored the car and smashed it again.
Here we see a BMW driver in Lemgo, Germany, stuck in an intersection having pulled up too far. He berates an offending driver, and when a gap opens up in traffic the driver gets his comeuppance.
What better way to celebrate a marriage than with a BMw E46 M3 spinning donuts around you and your new bride? Trick question, there is no way.
Here we see a BMW 7 series driver somehow crash right into a raised platform blocking cars from crossing a set railroad tracks when a train is passing. It's a head scratcher, this.
It turns out that there can be some hidden consequences when you destroy your own car with a sledgehammer and an axe. For instance, sometimes you have to return the car in good condition.
Italy-based businessman Pourmohseni Hadi complained of vibrations, rattles, jolts, and bad shifts in his 120,000 Euro ($160,000) 2008 BMW M6. BMW Italy jerked him around and gave him no fix, so he smashed his car with an axe and a sledgehammer in protest.
This is Jake Wile. He's in the middle of hammering his BMW through an autocross course with his girlfriend Maggie in the passenger seat. He's about to propose to her right on the course. Surely this is the best proposal there has ever been.
Until a Bentley breaks through the wall of Saks Fifth Avenue, this BMW careening into a flagship furniture store in SoHo will be the most luxurious crash in New York City this year.
This is Great Jones Street in Manhattan. On the north side of the street, all the cars always park perpendicular to the curb. Except for this BMW, naturally.
There's been a lot of talk that Audi has replaced BMW for the car of choice for America's douchebags. This BMW M3 provides evidence to the contrary.
Jon Buna, 31, managed to sever his own left foot at the ankle while recklessly driving his BMW in a Livermore, CA parking lot last week. He was later arrested on suspicion of drunk driving. Insult, meet injury.
When confronted with a twelve-wheeled dump truck coming the other way on a typically narrow side street in Montreal, this BMW driver expects the dump truck to back up and let her through. Not gonna happen, lady.
Here is a BMW parked in Germantown, Maryland, spotted by a Jalopnik reader. It has no handicapped placard, and yet it is parked across not one, but two handicapped spaces. Classy.
A leaked document has revealed that the asshattery of BMW drivers may be more than coincidence. Failing to use turn signals, cutting off other drivers, tailgating, flipping the bird and other affronts to road civility have become indelibly associated with the Bavarian Marque. Why? According to the document, it's all…
From reader Lucas, "This guy wanted to budge in front of me for gas so bad (from the opposite direction) that he pulled up with the tank on the wrong side." Little does Lucas know, that's BMW's recommended fueling procedure.