Over $200,000 worth of wheels and tires went missing overnight from 48 cars at Peltier Chevrolet in Tyler, Texas, reports Automotive News. That’s a lot of wheels! Tyler Police Department Public Information Officer Don Martin told Automotive News that they believe the heist only took around four hours.
You probably always feel like “it’s total bullcrap” any time your car gets towed, but on this one particular Philadelphia street auto-impounding might actually be a scam.
John Krenik lives in St. Paul, Minn. and owns two collector cars that he keeps in his driveway. I’d like to tell you more about the cars, but I can’t because they’re both under tarps. Tarps that were used to “screen” the cars, per Minnesota law. Incredibly, this isn’t enough for Krenik’s neighbors or the state of…
A woman test driving a brand-new Mercedes GLE in Arlington, Virginia got a great evaluation of the safety features after crashing the SUV into four other cars and rolling over directly in front of the dealership.
Look, we all know vans are sexy as hell, but that doesn’t mean you can’t comport yourself with some dignity, right? Someone should maybe remind this suspect from Dayton, Ohio that you can’t just bone every hot van you see, even if they are all painted red and seem like they’d be totally down for it.
Oh man, we’ve all been here, right? You break into a car, just about certain that the chemical-labeled boxes inside will contain the ingredients to sweet, sweet meth, but instead you find you’ve just stolen a ton of foul-smelling stoat anal gland secretions? Oh, it’s a story as old as time itself, and it’s happened…
“Let me just send this text while I steer my car through traffic with my feet, it should be okay,” this woman must be thinking as she texts while steering her car through traffic with her feet.
Even more bad news for Volkswagen: security researchers have discovered a huge security hole that affects potentially up to 100 million cars. It’s possible, using hardware as cheap as a $40 setup with an Arduino and an add-on radio transceiver board, to intercept signals from a Volkswagen Group key fob, and then by…
Guess not everyone’s in the Olympic spirit down in Rio.
You can’t catch ‘em all if you’re too busy getting caught.
A Washington woman suspected of drug use crashed her SUV into the drive thru of a Starbucks—a chain of cafes notable for selling caffeine products, often annoyingly referred to as the most popular drug in the world.
If you’re having a great day today, just take your cursor and click the “X” at the top of the screen, otherwise you’ll lose faith in humanity watching a bunch of yahoos yell at each other in a Texas parking lot after a woman apparently smashed her Mustang into a gas station.
On August 8, 1963, a group of 15 thieves made off in two Land Rovers with today’s equivalent of $7 million in cash after robbing a train in England. The heist, known as the Great Train Robbery, became one of the most notorious cases in British history.
I came into this gig the old school journalism way, the newspaper route, the one that teaches you to believe in the myth of objectivity and not to desire any particular outcome with a story you write. But when a religious nutjob and accused con artist fleeces your fellow car enthusiasts out of thousands of dollars …
A beautiful, special Ferrari 458 Speciale minding its own business was horrifyingly mutilated at Katie’s Cars & Coffee in Great Falls, Virginia this morning when a Mercedes 380 SL parallel parked on the face of the $300,000 supercar. Children were watching!
In Leicester, England, a very angry man hopped onto the hood of a Mercedes and started head-butting and generally beating the crap out of the windshield, The Telegraph reports. Naturally, onlookers got video of the man letting out all of his anger on the big slab of laminated safety glass.
Early last month, two Jeeps fell down a 130 foot cliff and into the Crystal River near Aspen, Colorado, local news site Aspen Times reports. The Jeeps—now mangled wrecks—sat abandoned in the water for nearly a month, and are only now being extracted.
Riding a motorcycle can be dangerous since you are inherently more exposed than the occupants in the giant metal cars on the road around you. That’s why whenever anyone on a motorcycle gets involved in a road-raging feud with a car, it never, ever ends well for them.