How did it get there? Yeah, I’m asking the same thing. Police in Linden, New Jersey, discovered this 2008 blue Acura dangling off an overpass Saturday morning. It just looks so helpless, like a turtle on its back.
I’ll be honest, I was genuinely scared to be the navigator for Bill Petrow’s Broken Motorsports Nissan 240SX, racing in the Mount Washington Hill Climb. And then my worst fear was realized. Well, not my worst fear. Nobody died. But we did do a 360 spin off of the mountain.
Sometimes you look at pictures or video of a car crash and you just have to assume the worst, but despite what it looks like, a man miraculously survived after a truck carrying scrap metal overturned and dropped a huge chunk of metal on his head.
There is no shortage of craziness on the roads.
Everything going on in this dash cam highway pileup crash video probably couldn’t have gone any worse.
Ancient velociraptors probably couldn’t swim very well, and the modern Ford F-150 that shares the name is apparently no different—a hypothesis tested by a Raptor driver in San Diego Friday afternoon.
I don’t know if you’ve ever played this simple game called Rock-Paper-Scissors, but one aspect of it—the paper beats rock part—is infinitely confusing and illogical. How does paper beat rock? In the real world, when you have things like House-McLaren-Fire, it works out much more logically.
When NASCAR Peak Mexico Series driver Santiago Tovar lost his brakes in a race last week, he told Motorsport.com he “became a passenger in the car” that drove him straight into a crowd. Spectators were reportedly treated for minor injuries, but wreck footage makes things look like they could have been much worse.
The Goodwood Festival of Speed is going on right now, which means we get to watch some tasty, tasty delights race up a British driveway. One of those delish numbers was supposed to be a Ford RS200 Evolution 2, until it crashed directly into some hay bales.
It’s only the third year the World Touring Car Championship has raced at Vila Real, but track safety is once again in question after a freak accident. During free practice Saturday, a mechanical malfunction saw driver Tom Coronel’s car lose control and slam straight into the side of a parked ambulance.
A motorcyclist kicked the side of what looks like a Nissan Sentra on a major highway in southern California, starting a chain reaction that ended with a truck on its roof and the Sentra in a mangled, leaky mess.
While sitting in traffic, you can feel your temper inexplicably rising. You hate the car in front of you. You hate the cars next to you. You hate what’s causing the delay. And you hate the motherfucking shoulder passers.
It’s happened to all of us: we’re driving along, minding our own business, obeying the traffic laws, heading through that green light when suddenly we hear the sirens and see the lights and there’s the cop screaming through the intersection! Brake! Brake! Brake! Avoid the accident—if you’re lucky.
The Grand Tour host Richard Hammond is in the hospital after a big, fiery wreck. Jeremy Clarkson is holed up rewriting scripts for a quickly approaching second season. James May is in a “hell hole” of an airport traveling to a shoot that Hammond was supposed to do. You could say things are a bit chaotic over there.
That is a car, on fire, in metro Detroit. Open another tab to get a clearer glimpse of the images below because, damn, that is intense. Remarkably, according to local TV stations in the area, there are no injuries to report.
A doctor driving what looks like a Mazda hatchback in Japan somehow launched his car over a divider and directly into a tour bus, killing himself and injuring 45, Japan Times reports. The video of the crash looks like something out of an action film. It is terrifying.
What was initially believed to be a horribly gruesome wreck after a lemonade truck crashed over an Oakland Beach seawall in Warwick, Rhode Island earlier today was quickly discovered to just be watermelon lemonade.
Wow, cool Mercedes you’ve got there, guy. Is it new? Can you do any tricks with it?
The best part of this dashcam video isn’t the karma served up to this Chevy Camaro driver brake-checking another car three times in a row then losing it in an intersection and crashing up a pole. It’s watching the car flail aimlessly, more upright than desired, in reverse with no wheels on the ground.