Kyle Busch To Continue Recovery From Daytona Accident In North Carolina

Kyle Busch and wife Samantha look happy to be leaving the Halifax Medical Center in Florida. Busch was released following a horrific accident during the NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Daytona International Speedway on Saturday. He will be transferred to a North Carolina hospital for further treatment. » 2/24/15 4:30pm 2/24/15 4:30pm

Pickup Pulls Semi-Truck Out Of The Sand In Badass Beach Recovery

Somebody decided the beach of South Padre Island, Texas was just a fine place to park a semi-truck cab, until it was static as a dead whale. Luckily for them somebody showed up with a stout pickup, which beat that old devil wheelspin to rescue the rig. » 5/14/14 2:51pm 5/14/14 2:51pm

Just How Much Water Can An FJ Cruiser Really Handle?

This FJ Cruiser dives right on in to a deceptively deep puddle, abruptly coming to a stop at the worst possible position. Hilarity ensues, and the carpets get a good rinse but I think the truck will fight another day. » 4/08/14 1:34pm 4/08/14 1:34pm

Puny Compact Car Rescues Stuck Jeep Wrangler

The owner of this Jeep Wrangler TJ Unlimited probably didn't imagine he'd be the one getting rescued if he ever hooked up his winch to a compact Acura Integra. But alas, it appears a little parking lot snowbank was too much for his truck. Cue the wave of Wrangler-owners facepalms. » 2/21/14 7:31pm 2/21/14 7:31pm

Salt Spreader Truck Tips Over, Leaving Road Scarred And Savory

CBS Affiliate WUSA9 reported that a salt spreader tipped over on a Route 28 onramp at 5:46 this morning in Herndon, Virginia. So much for preparing the road for traffic. » 1/16/14 9:46am 1/16/14 9:46am

Fat-Ass Fire Truck Sinks Into Pavement

A broken six-inch water main that deprived five Arlington, VA houses of water caused enough saturation below a road to sink a fire truck. » 1/10/14 2:15pm 1/10/14 2:15pm

Ridiculous Vehicle Recovery, Russian Style

The pilot of this CR-V mistakenly thought the cute ute was light enough to traverse a thinly frozen lake. The rig was essentially submerged, but locals were able to extract it with wood, rope, and good old fashioned Russian ingenuity. » 12/30/13 11:56am 12/30/13 11:56am