There isn't a single human being who has seen an excavator and not wanted to ride in the scoop. One Russian man got to do just that, but he had to get himself stuck in waist-deep mud first.
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.
Sometimes yachts need to be taken out of the water to be moved from place to place. In order to make that happen, a crane is often needed.
Yes, truck drivers do hit those low bridges. Here is a truck transporting a crane striking a low overpass in Russia, nearly getting the biker behind it killed.
Here we see a Toyota and a Toyota/Lexus SUV in Russia merging into the same single lane. When the Lexus doesn't get its way, it exacts clever and decisive revenge on the other driver, but was it justified?
Anything, and I mean anything is possible on a Russian highway, so we've come to expect the unexpected from our dash cam loving friends.
In the latest installment of "Terrifying Passes Semi's Make On Maybe Russian Roads," we have a dash cam of people driving down hill on a regular, probably Russian road.
Aftershocks from Japan's 2011 earthquake continue. Today, Russian customs officials stopped nearly 300 Japanese cars believed to be irradiated from last year's nuclear meltdown at Fukushima.
Somehow no one was injured when a van on Moscow's Kashira highway exploded into a hugely massive fireball last Friday.
If you're filling up your gas tank in Russia, make sure to keep one eye on the road behind you.
Dartz, our favorite of all the insane Latvian armored car makers, will be supplying Bruce Willis with some armored transport for the next Die Hard film, A Good Day To Die Hard, that's due to be released in 2013.
Elena Osina, 24, felt that she needed to do something about her 9-month-old son. Her boyfriend had moved out and her parents, whom she lived with, were complaining about the child.
While covering an auto show at the Tushino Airfield outside of Moscow, a reporter was struck by a sliding drift car. Consider this a lesson in how not to hoon your car.
We don't know where or how it happened, but thanks to these pictures found on EnglishRussia we now know exactly what happens when a truck full of crushed stone dumps itself and its weighty contents on your parked car.
Meet Irina Olkhovskaya, one of Playboy's 55th anniversary cover models. But she isn't just some has-been bunny, she's a car show host.
CCTV footage from a St. Petersburg subway station shows passenger Yevgeny Borodin shoving a female employee onto the tracks. He is immediately punched in the face. The woman was rescued and he now faces jail time. Faith in humanity has been restored.
Surely there is some scenario more ripe for automotive disaster than a group of BMW drivers filming themselves driving on Russian Roads, but we're having a hard time dreaming it up at the moment.
Traveling through what looks like part of the former Soviet Union, a dash cam captures a truck flipping in a corner, nearly missing an old Benz, then colliding with the camera car. Pants: pooped.