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…
What to do when you get rear-ended: remain calm and exchange information. What not to do:
It was just your typical 3 a.m. street fight outside of a bar in Tampa until Florida Man went and ran everybody over.
I’m not exactly sure what either party was trying to accomplish in this dashcam video of a traffic cop desperately clinging to the front of a car as it speeds away. I’d imagine it’s not the best idea to bring a cop along when trying to evade the law, though.
The Audi R8 is good and nice, but it is a supercar. And sometimes supercars attract people who don’t know how to drive supercars (or really at all), and sometimes they cause accidents and flee the scene. Sometimes they’re such an idiot jamoke, they get caught on a dashcam driving like an idiot jamoke.
Most people would back up and come at the garage from a different angle, but I guess that’s not an option when one of your wheels is already broken off. The unlicensed 16-year-old driver was allegedly hiding the car after a hit-and-run, per CTV. So, what’s a few more scrapes on the door?
Everybody loves a good “Ford Mustangs eat people” joke, but holy hell this hit-and-run is disturbing.
In Saskatoon, Canada, a suspected car thief crashed a flatbed truck into a parked Ford F-150. Local residents heard the crash, and went outside to film. The resulting video shows the world’s most pathetic attempt to flee a crime scene, as the perpetrator flounders with his busted-up Ram 5500.
The famous 11 foot 8 bridge keeps a surveillance camera going to capture all of the unsuspecting truck drivers who crash into it. Now the camera has caught a hit-and-run in action, and the Volvo 240 at fault.
Driving away from a hit-and-run — even one that doesn't end in injury or worse — is probably one of the worst moral decisions you can make. That's why it's so disturbing when a person defined by their devotion to a rigorous moral code does something so awful. A person like a Bishop.
Terrifying video from Minneapolis today, where a driver ran down a woman in a solidarity rally for Michael Brown, driving through an entire crowd of demonstrators.
A Florida State University student was crossing the street in Tallahassee very early on Saturday morning when she was struck by a car, leaving her seriously injured. The driver immediately left the scene, but was caught on security cameras. Let's see if we can ID the car.
Police have released this image of a car that struck and severely injured a 59-year old man in Hackensack, NJ. What is it?
Last night, 22 year old Cory Hubbard was crossing the street in College Park Maryland when he was struck by a car and killed. The driver is yet to be caught. Let's try and identify the car.
What do you do when you hit another car? Do you (A) stop and give your insurance information, (B) run away, or (C) crash into the offending car again as well as three other vehicles?
A five-year old Cleveland boy was killed in a simply awful hit-and-run crash last Friday. Now, there are calls to change the speed limit in Cleveland to 20 MPH and to rigorously enforce it to stop hit-and-run. The problem is that speed limits don't cause hit-and-run accidents, terrible pieces of human garbage do.
An officer with the Philadelphia Police Department's accident-investigation unit reached out to Jalopnik seeking help identifying a vehicle involved in a Saturday morning hit-and-run which left a 25-year-old woman badly injured.
Rachel Givens, a 23-year-old woman several years removed from leading her Auburn, Wash. high school to a state girls-basketball title, was struck by a "small dark sedan or sports car" while crossing a roadway two weeks ago.
You see that passenger-door mirror in Waterloo (Ontario) Regional Police Constable Rita Spitzig's hands? That's the only evidence authorities have in trying to solve a hit-and-run which left a 60-year-0ld bicyclist hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries yesterday.