It’s one thing to read about how to fix your car on a forum or in a Bentley manual. It’s another thing entirely to watch someone else do it correctly on video. Thankfully, the miracle of the internet makes learning to fix your car easier than ever.
Work can be frustrating. Sometimes you just want to line up every computer screen in the office and run them all over with a 12-ton steamroller. Hey, YouTube channel Road Roller has already done the hard work for you and watching it is just as satisfying.
I have a hard time caring about supercars unless they’re being used for super-hoonage, so YouTubers bragging about sweet new rides they’ll only use to hard park in Monaco have always rubbed me the wrong way. Fortunately, YouTube star PewDiePie’s new ride blows all of those basic supercar videos away.
If you’ve ever been to the hub of utter nonsense known as YouTube, you’ve seen the predictable shit shows known as car reviews. From cheap knock-offs of Top Gear-like angles to haphazard transitions, there is certainly a formula for making the video we’ve all seen a million times - and probably will see a million…
There are so many ways this could have been wrong, or terrible, or downright embarrassing to watch. But Tag Sethi’s YouTube rap about buying a Jeep Grand Cherokee that turned out to be a lemon is actually hilarious, and I’m having trouble getting it out of my head.
Need to push back a blockade of riot police and armored vehicles? Tired of getting pepper sprayed and beat with a club? Grab the John Deere and PUNCH IT.
So apparently there’s a bunch of super cool people with a junk yard. Not only that, but these particular super cool people film themselves going absolutely demolition-derby-dooda on some cars, mainly behind the wheel of an unstoppable Volvo wagon.
I’m a car junkie. When I’m not working on a car, writing about a car, or looking for my next car, I’m watching car videos on the internet. I’m a hoot at parties. That’s why I’m positively tickled pink that the forces behind the Mightycarmods channel and Motor Trend’s popular Roadkill series may be working together in…
The commenters on YouTube are kind of the worst people. Water trash. Here, let the guys at Autoguide show you the types of comments they get every day.
We joke about the official car of Jalopnik being a brown rear-wheel-drive manual turbodiesel wagon Miata, but if you have one of those things (a turbodiesel), these Finns plan on showing you how to make it faster.
Christmas is just around the corner, Jalops! Hopefully you've finished all your shopping by now, including signing a surprise lease on that Lexus SUV for your spouse and buying a huge red bow to put it on it.
Morgan is one of the most old school car manufacturers in the world. They still make cars with ash wood frames.
Did you enjoy yesterday's video from the Race of Champions Nations Cup? And then did you find yourself wanting more? Well, we have great news for you — we've got a whole lot more coming at you from Rajamangala National Stadium in Thailand.
Who will be crowned the fastest nation on earth at the Race of Champions Nations Cup? If you're just dying to know, then you're in the right place.
If you somehow get your motorcycle to travel at speeds approaching 200 mph and happen to capture the moment on video, it's best not to post it on YouTube. Or if you do, you should lie about where the video was shot.
The video of Ken Block tearing up San Francisco in an insane Ford Fiesta — better known as Gymkhana 5 — was a creative success for a brand that's constantly having to one-up its own crazy adventures. We can now report it was a viral marketing success as well, with approximately 5.1 million views in just 24 hours.
Almost any book about engine rebuilding says, over and over again, "Tag your hoses and lines, and take pictures!" It's good advice. No one wants to forget how things go back together and end up with a pile of extra nuts and bolts.
A Japanese doctor is facing fines and possible jail time after posting footage of a high speed drive in his Ferrari 458 to Youtube.
Chrysler's Clint Eastwood ad was the most controversial commercial (for various reasons) of this year's Super Bowl. But it wasn't controversial enough that someone acting on behalf of the NFL should have had it pulled off YouTube. How and why they did it demonstrates just how easy it is for someone to falsely claim…