We don't know where or how it happened, but thanks to these pictures found on EnglishRussia we now know exactly what happens when a truck full of crushed stone dumps itself and its weighty contents on your parked car.
Surely there is some scenario more ripe for automotive disaster than a group of BMW drivers filming themselves driving on Russian Roads, but we're having a hard time dreaming it up at the moment.
Obviously this BMW X5 is a product of Germany but if you can look beyond that fact and ignore the lack of Soviet Era design you'll see a vehicle that is in its own way truly Russian.
While there is no shortage of Moskvich/IZh 412s floating around in Russia, one of these compact sedans are an unthinkably rare sight in the US. The seller of this 412 claims it is the only privately owned example of the vehicle in the entire country—a wild claim which we completely believe.
The latest example of random insanity from the Russian roads captured by dashcam shows, in rather direct fashion, how one worker's negligence can quickly translate into an SUV flying through the air.
What's not to love about a field full of vehicles in various states of decomposition? This sentiment is perhaps even more true when the assortment of family sedans and commercial vehicles are of Russian origin—at least that is what it seems like after looking at these pictures.
Everyone knows the best way to kill vampires is with a wooden stake through the heart. It appears from these pictures someone in Russia decided for some reason this station wagon should meet a similar fate
When erratic driving turns into a lucky but awesome "lane change", we are once again thankful so many Russian drivers have dash cams to capture the chaos of their county's open roads.
Judging from the extreme nature of Russian winters and countless pictures we've seen of cars absolutely buried it seems fairly common to get your car frozen beneath piles of snow in the country. What strikes us as fairly uncommon about these pictures, taken in the city of Nizhny Novgorod, is the fact this victim of…
While Russian manufacturer Zavod imeni Likhachova—more commonly referred to as ZIL—might be best known for the buses and trucks they produce, the company also built the high dollar executive sedans and limos that transported rich and important Russians for decades.
As car lovers there are few things worse to us than people who take it upon themselves to vandalize other people's cars. Yet judging from the relative frequency with which it occurs, there is still a decent sized section of the population who feels it acceptable and necessary to destroy automobiles.
Losing control on a slippery road and banging into the guardrail is never a good thing but in this case it's a whole lot better than the alternative—getting hit by a speeding truck.
Who needs to parallel park when you're behind the wheel of an R33 Nissan Skyline? Certainly not this Russian driver, who manages to skip the whole process in one impressive move.
In Russia it seems like your expensive car may never truly be safe from vandals. This Bentley Continental GT received the spray can customization seen here during the day while parked in front of an insurance office.
If you've never heard of a Russian Kirovec K-701 commercial truck don't worry—we hadn't either until we came across this amazing video this past week on Bangshift.com. We're not exactly sure how this 30,000 pound truck ended up in the middle of a river but we've certainly seen crazier things happen in Russia.
We're not sure how this Lada 1200/VAZ-2101 ended up at the bottom of this hill in a drainage ditch but after staring at the pictures for a little while it's hard not to come up with a few theories of our own.
Although it seems there is a never ending shortage of terrible custom cars pouring out of Russia, every once in a while we come across one we think is pretty cool. This UAZ 3741 fits the bill for a custom Russian creation we can fully support.
We might be a little partial to that other British motoring show, but how could we resist a brand new Lada Niva test drive?
There was a time when windshield wipers were just safety devices used to keep your windshield clear of weather and debris. That time is over. As this Russian genius demonstrates, once you are stuck in the mud windshield wipers can be used for a completely different and arguably more important task—holding your booze.