It's Thanksgiving, which means it's time to dust off our classic and definitive guide to using an engine hoist to safely deep fry a turkey so you don't end up like these people. As always, consult all relevant safety advice and send us a photo if you use your hoist to make a tasty bird.
I'm back home visiting family in suburban Houston, Texas for Thanksgiving and what should happen while I'm back? Why, it's two turkeys in a pair of matching Corvettes drag racing across my hometown and wrecking their cars in completely stupid fashion.
You could be forgiven for thinking New Year's Eve is the most dangerous driving holiday, but you're wrong. Based on NHTSA data, New Year's Eve is actually the fifth most dangerous holiday for driving. The deadliest? Thanksgiving Day. The reason?
A lot of our readers will be hitting the highways in an effort to ignore their family for football and clog their arteries with gravy (I can't wait for gravy), so as a continuation of our earlier attempt at public service we've created this easy-to-read travel map based on the latest weather conditions forecast by the…