Engineers designed the JK Jeep Wrangler to ford water up to a depth 2.5 feet. Yesterday, in New Braunfels, Texas, one Wrangler looks to have exceeded that rating big time after being swept away by a raging torrent. It was all caught on video, so if you’re a Jeep lover, prepare to weep.
There’s something about a 30-ton, 40-foot car-crushing robot dinosaur that’s bound to get our attention. Meet your new (old) friend Robosaurus. He’s back, and he may just be the most over-the-top trackside attraction I’ve ever seen.
Police in Texas chasing a bull around a residential neighborhood in Arlington might be the most stereotypical Texas thing ever caught on video.
A Texas car dealership owner is facing murder charges for allegedly shooting a man who supposedly wrote a bad check and drove off with a car. I guess that’s one way to deal with a bad customer.
The Texas Agriculture Commissioner decided to use the stickers on tens of thousands of fuel pumps to thumb his nose at state and federal lawmakers, the Texas Tribune reports.
“This didn’t work we were gonna get the boat,” Cole Geeo told WFAA 8 after rescuing his neighbors marooned in their homes by feet of floodwater.
Between artistic ability and geographical knowledge, it’s safe to say there’s a reason why NASCAR drivers don’t moonlight as cartographers. Kudos to Landon Cassill for pointing out George Strait’s exes on the map, but somebody needs to tell Carl Edwards that we’re not Missouri.
When a oil gets cheap, Americans shortsightedly decide they suddenly have more money to burn on a vehicle. Except for the ones selling the oil.
After a gravel truck in Texas plowed through a red light, into several cars at an intersection and over a drop off, an injured driver filed a lawsuit against the company that owns the truck. The case just began, but a lawyer defending the driver already argues that the truck should never have been on the road.
The westbound lanes of Highway 290 were shut down near Houston this morning thanks to a crash as well as a naked, dancing woman on top of a semi truck. Let it be known that this is not the ideal place we’d recommend to get your groove on.
In October of 2012, State Highway 130, the “Pickle Parkway”, opened up in Central Texas with a lot of excitement. Not only does it have the highest speed limit in America, it was the state’s first road built via private-public partnership. But less than four years, later it doesn’t seem to be working out; the company…
A Texas street resembled a scene from an action movie on Friday, as a gravel truck barreled through a busy intersection—as well as a few cars—and off of an embankment after running a stoplight.
Nobody likes jackasses who don’t use their turn signals, who Tweet or text or twerk or whatever on their phones while driving, or are rude, road-raging reprobates. We get it. That all sucks. Does that mean it’s okay to publish the identities of these drivers online? I don’t know, but these people seem to feel it’s a…
Following over an hour of pursuit, a Texas police chase ended in both gunshots to the tire and spike strips on Thursday night. Once the whole ordeal concluded, the man being chased admitted to a few illegal actions on camera before telling the media that he is “done with people trying to take [his] freedom.”
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I’m speechless. I have no words. This is the single greatest livery ever put on a race car, or any car for that matter. Better yet, on Riley Motorsports’ rowdy Dodge Viper GT3-R at the 24 Hours of Daytona. I mean, this is just the best thing to happen to cars. Ever. Look at it. LOOK AT IT.
A Houston car salesman had an unpleasant surprise on a routine test drive when he was reportedly beaten and stuffed into the trunk by customer interested in a five-finger discount on a Dodge Challenger.
A 2010 letter from former Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts Susan Combs is making the rounds again, giving hope that the state would contribute the full amount they promised towards hosting Formula One. However, a local news report from two years after that shows Combs herself backing away from the promises made in…
As the United States Grand Prix looks increasingly in doubt for 2016 in the wake of a wavering commitment from the State of Texas, race-watchers have pointed to one recently-resurfaced letter from 2010 as proof that the state can’t shake its commitment. But will it have any sway with Texas’ new state officials?