Citizens of the post-Soviet East are crazy about dashcams because it helps them stay safe on dangerous, insurance fraud-filled roads. One Californian found his dashcam similarly useful.
A Texas court may soon decide if the man who drove his Bugatti Veyron into a lake was committing fraud after his insurance company claimed he crashed the car on purpose to collect $2.2 million in insurance money. Wait, it wasn't a low-flying pelican? You don't say.
Remember when a Nissan GT-R crashed trying to keep up with a Mitsubishi Evo? Turns out the driver in that video tried to scam his insurance company for repairs and now him and his sister have been arrested.
Mohammed Patel helped nearly 100 people stage accidents for the insurance money at about $800 a pop. Fortunately, office workers near the roundabout noticed the peculiar number of identical accidents occurring at one roundabout and he was arrested.
More than 60 people found the offer of a chop-shop that would let them report their car stolen too good to refuse, including an employee of the Dept. of Homeland Security, an NYPD officer and a director of a city hospital. Unfortunately for them, the shop was run by the city police as part of "Operation Disappearing…