We've seen more recalls recently than perhaps ever before and while many seem to focus on the fiery death/horrible destruction side of things, there have been many recalls that have been a bit more absurd.
You know it's a good time to burn your car to the ground when you find a GIANT SPIDER IN THE HEADLIGHT. I REPEAT: GIANT SPIDER IN THE HEADLIGHT.
Imagine this scenario: You're cruising around comfortably in your 2013 Toyota Avalon (I know it's tough to think about, stay with me here), listening to your favorite AM talk radio station when BANG! The airbag explodes in your face. Who's to blame? Spiders, of course!
It wasn't exactly a secret this 1 of 2 1957 Ferrari 625 TRC Spider was going to command an impressive price when it crossed the block at last weekend's RM Monaco event. Even so, exceeding the high end of a pre-auction estimate by approximately $1.5 million is hardly a common occurrence.
One of the two 1957 Ferrari 625 TRC Spiders ever built will cross auction block at RM's Monaco event next month. Although almost unthinkably rare , the 625 TRC Spider is well known to car lovers—it is considered by many enthusiasts to be one of the most attractive Ferraris ever made.
The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, an Internet marketing group with a sideline in preventing animal cruelty, says Mazda6 owners suffering from spider infestations can donate their vehicles to the group, and the spiders will be humanely removed.
We told you this week Mazda has to recall 52,000 Mazda6 sedans because spiders like to nest in its fuel system, but that's not the worst thing a spider can do in your car. According to the Detroit News, although animals are involved in a very minor percentage of fatal crashes, Spiders, Bees and other insects are very…
Mazda has to recall 52,000 Mazda6 sedans because spiders like to nest in its fuel system. Spider-car, spider-car, does whatever a spider-car does...
Think about it. An open sore of rust on a Volkswagen squareback is the perfect home for our tiny, ground-dwelling friends. It's got it all: shelter, warmth, microorganisms to snack on. From there, breeding is a cinch, especially if your egg sacs hold a few hundred offspring. Of course, for the squareback's owner,…