There is no shortage of craziness on the roads.
You know how a small dog reacts upon getting let off of its leash near a body of water? How the dog will do that excited little run-hop thing before leaping just slightly in the air and landing on its belly? Well, a Toyota Supra did that recently—except it landed in a ditch instead of a body of water. That’s not as…
We’ll probably be a Russian colony soon, so you might as well start assimilating to the culture by buying a dash cam. This one from Aukey includes a 1080p Sony sensor and 170 degree field of view, a design that tucks behind your rear view mirror, and capacitors that are rated to work in temperatures from -4°F to 149°F.
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.
Yi, the manufacturer of your favorite budget action cam, also makes a well-reviewed dash cam, and you can mount it to your windshield for an all-time low $44 today with promo code YIFORDAD. 1080/60 recording (which gives you twice as many frames to get a clear view of a license plate) and Wi-Fi are both basically…
This is not another example of “lane splitting gone wrong,” but it is a classic case of a dingus driver making multiple simultaneous mistakes and damn near killing somebody with their inattentiveness. The motorcyclist literally just sighs as he’s carried down the road on the car’s trunk. Has this happened before?
In an act of spectacular acrobatics, an Audi failed miserably at overtaking, instead rear-ending a vehicle, flipping over, bouncing into a light pole, catching fire, and coming to a rest in the oncoming lane.
Snakes can jump.
A mother was more than three-times the legal limit when she drunkenly launched her crossover 14 feet high over a roundabout while overtaking a truck—with her toddler in the car. Footage of the wreck was captured on the truck’s dashcam.
Video footage of a high-speed road-raging altercation on the highway shows one car brake-check another way above the speed limit, sending a woman’s car flipping down the highway four times.
Watching this, you start to wonder if you ever really understood anything about physics at all. There’s so many times when watching this where you’re sure that truck’s going to end up on its side. And yet it doesn’t. Is it skill? Dumb luck? An eerie ability to bend the laws of nature? A box full of anti-gravity chili?…
A 24 year-old allegedly lost control of his speeding Porsche on a motorway in Greece yesterday and crashed into a mother and her 3 year-old daughter sitting in a parked car. Four people, including two in the Porsche, were killed in the crash and subsequent explosion.
As an attentive driver in America, there are certain sets of headlights you learn to look twice at when you see them in your rear-view. Crown Vics, Chargers, Caprices and these days, you better keep the Ford Explorer in mind, too.
Generally, it’s a good rule of thumb to tone down your normal driving style when your parents are in the car, just in the interest of family harmony and overall sanity. Jesse doesn’t seem to give a shit about those things, which is why he’s grounded.
Dashcam footage captured a Toyota Hilux run a red light, get T-boned and dramatically roll over, all hilariously to the tune of “It Wasn’t Me,” the 2000 hit from Shaggy.
Many voters believed third-party candidate Giant Meteor 2016 was not like other lying, selfish presidential candidates. But today they have to be ashamed of their wasted votes, as Meteor 2016 failed its one campaign promise to end the world on a visit to the Midwest on Monday.
Every decent living mammal on the planet knows that if you hit a car with your car because of some mistake you made, you pull over. I think this basic idea is carved into the Hammurabi Stele, even. That’s not what happened at all here, as a terrible Toyota Camry driver hits a Subaru BRZ, tries to run away, and learns…
Dashcam footage recorded in Singapore witnessed a mythological siren of the streets, as a woman likely having a lovely evening riding on top of a moving SUV embraces the breeze and whatever possible drugs she may be on.
It’s nice to think of cops as the appointed “dads” of a community. Or like friendly characters in the first act of a Disney movie. This clip from Officer Martin Folczyk’s dashcam illustrates, well, exactly that.
It’s no secret that we take the physicality of driving for granted. We get into 3500-pound metal boxes and launch them down ribbons of tar at a mile-a-minute without a thought. That’s why seeing a video like this is so alarming: it’s a reminder of what’s really going on, and the destructive potential of it all.…