"Rechtsfahren" means "driving on the right," and it's a critical law on Germany's autobahn. For good reason, as it prevents this Corvette rocketing down the fast lane from blasting into a driver going a leisurely 100 MPH. (H/T to Clay!)
A Concordia University John Molson School of Business study has found men's testosterone levels spike when driving ostentatious cars, effectively making them "sexual signaling" devices. The John Molson School of Business will be rechristened the "School of Obviousness" next week.
A Subaru Outback smashed into a Portland cop car carrying an officer and the crew of Cops. All three in the cop car were sent to the hospital with minor injuries. A special-edition's probably in the works. Gallery below.
The driver delivering this Ferrari to an exotic car reseller in Ohio didn't have a great day yesterday as he accidentally dropped a F430 Spider tail-first onto the ground. One more picture of the unfortunate incident below.
It's truly unfortunate we got this video of an idiot doing a burnout in a Dodge Ram SRT10 one week too late for Crash Week — especially given the burnout's hoongasmic conclusion. Watch those brakes, kid! (Hat tip to Jay!)
nice tow rig i've seen in person, similar to http://jalopnik.com/cars/auctions/jamming-econolux-e%20achero-on-ebay-183175.php
The folks at [achewood.com] whilst taking potshots at Great Britain have given Mrs. Clarkson and May (or is that Mrs. Agnes Ronay?) a right jolly ribbing.
Volvo C303 on ebay. Haven't seen one of these before, looks interesting. I think I want one now.
Awesome eBay find! Check out this FLAWLESS 1988 RX-7 Convertible
Don't know if they are real, but they seem like the real thing.
4X4 trans am, god bless texas.
Not so long ago we showed you an absolutely wicked 4-wheel motorcycle, theYamaha Tesseract (hit that link if you haven't seen it, trust us). Now the design is looking to be a trend with this recent unveiling of Sbarro's Pendolauto at theGeneva Motor Show. Adding a bit of stability to the standard crotch rocket, but…
With wintry weather a real possibility for those traveling tomorrow, we thought we'd share some safe winter driving tips. Those of you in the north are probably better prepared for snowy conditions, but the chance of snow and slush in Texas can only mean a lot more of this. Anybody have any special tricks?