The roads of Russia appear to be a total anarchist state. Lanes are a suggestion. Safe following distances are non-existent.
Here we see an ATV rider pull a wheelie, only to have his ATV escape from under him. Watch as the rider has to chase down his own ATV in traffic.
Here we see a car spin on the highway and miss hitting three vehicles, one of which is a semi truck. That's what we call lucky.
Here we see one student driver crash into another student driver, then hit a pole and rollover. Let's analyze this festival of failure.
Motorcycle crashes usually look pretty gnarly. This guy hits a car, rolls over the hood Starsky & Hutch style, and lands on his feet with minor injuries.
This video from reddit is the most insane crash I've ever seen. The driver of one truck was utterly bulldozed by a huge semi and just popped out the windshield of his truck, completely unscathed. Is he just lucky, or is he part cat?
Here's a free tip: If you see a large chunk of metal in the road, you should do whatever you can to avoid hitting it. It could do huge damage to the underside of your car.
Jogging in the city requires a certain level of attentiveness. For instance, don't run on streetcar tracks with your iPod on, lest you get rammed in the butt like this guy.
As we watched this tuned Mazda RX-8 lift-off-oversteer into a forest we couldn't help but think to ourselves "damn, that GoPro is strong."
Jalopnik Top Tip: If you are having trouble parking and your friend gets out to help you, do not then hit a car, knock your friend over, crash into another car and then drive away, which is exactly what these two ladies do.
This Russian tanker carrying 18 tons of fuel shows it's really not that hard. The 12-wheeler takes a roundabout slightly too fast, and everything comes tumbling down.
Last week, cab driver Charles Hawkesworth was brutally attacked by one of his late night passengers, a US Marine. Now, as the attacker is finally being charged with a felony, Hawkesworth's North Carolina community is banding together to support him in the best way we can imagine.
Here's a car passing by a large crane and somehow it gets caught by the crane's hook. What's amazing is how long it takes for the crane driver to notice he's lifted a car off the road.
Island Taxi in Surf City, NC recently installed video cameras in all of their taxis for the safety of their drivers. Early Sunday morning, one caught a passenger, who happened to be a US Marine, beating his driver to a pulp.
Here we see the awkward moment when a kid tries to fake a car accident, only to find out that the car has a dashcam and recorded the whole thing.
Introducing a novel concept: Russian tomfoolery depicted not from a dashcam, but from an office building. An enterprising, camera-wielding Russian had a birdseye view of a front end loader operator playing a game of parking lot dominos with about eight cars.