The drama of this video, shot on a helmet cam at the Nürburgring, begins about 30 seconds in, when, having spotted a crash up ahead, the driver stops, waits for two screeching cars to pass, and then opens his door and runs to jump behind a guard wall. He tries to flag other drivers down, but to no avail, helpless to…
At least two people were reported dead Wednesday after fourteen vehicles were involved in a massive pileup that led to explosions and a fire north of Toronto, according to Canadian police. Two of the vehicles involved were fuel tankers.
On Saturday, in Gómez Palacio, Mexico, a taxi attempting a U-turn struck a Lamborghini Aventador, causing around $38,000 in damage, according to the Mexico City newspaper Excelsior. For once, it wasn’t the Lamborghini’s fault!
This violent crash caught on camera early Thursday morning in Los Angeles looks like something out of an action movie. The crash left one driver injured—though he appeared to be talking to rescuers at the scene as he was pulled from his car, according to KTLA. The crash occurred on the 101 freeway in L.A.’s Hollywood…
A violent crash caught on a police officer’s dashcam in May 2016 shows the cop’s cruiser barreling into a Smart car at 104 mph, authorities say. And now the officer is facing trial over the incident.
Valley Glen, Los Angeles, what is the deal? Frappuccinos not cold enough? Coffee too hot? Your breakfast sandwiches taste rancid, or something? Whatever’s going on, the Starbucks in town has become a local hot spot for cars, and by that I mean the cars are literally driving into the coffee shop. For the second time in…
How did it get there? Yeah, I’m asking the same thing. Police in Linden, New Jersey, discovered this 2008 blue Acura dangling off an overpass Saturday morning. It just looks so helpless, like a turtle on its back.
Whatever you thought was a shit way to end your week, it probably wasn’t nearly this bad. On Sunday, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, St. Louis resident Bruce Redding returned home from the gym—which he went to, on a Sunday!–to find an SUV lodged into his roof, leaving much of his home in shambles.
This past Friday, Jayson W (he requested his last name be removed) and his wife were heading to Chicago’s Spring Awakening Music Festival in an Uber when their driver began to convulse. Things got worse from there, as the incapacitated driver slumped onto the accelerator pedal, sending the car crashing into another…
What you see above is a BMW 1 Series coupe neatly implanted into the side of a factory in Banbury, England—and, no, this wasn’t captured during the filming of a movie stunt or something. I’m trying to decide if it was a crash or some kind of teleporter mishap.
A Minnesota man survived an insane crash that reportedly involved his car driving off an embankment, flying over 210 feet of open water, coming to a stop on ice, and making it to a nearby home around 3:30 a.m. The local police chief politely called this a “miracle.”
We talked plenty about the new Volvo XC60 yesterday—it’s loaded with new driver-assist tech, there’s a number of powertrains, including a T8 hybrid with 407 horsepower. Fine car. Well, Volvo also wanted to show off how this thing performs if it winds up in a crash. Check it.
A 24 year-old allegedly lost control of his speeding Porsche on a motorway in Greece yesterday and crashed into a mother and her 3 year-old daughter sitting in a parked car. Four people, including two in the Porsche, were killed in the crash and subsequent explosion.
Welcome back to Giz Asks, a series where we ask experts hard questions about science, technology, and humanity’s future. Today, we’re trying to find the latest consensus on law and ethics of self-driving cars hitting pedestrians.
A beautiful, special Ferrari 458 Speciale minding its own business was horrifyingly mutilated at Katie’s Cars & Coffee in Great Falls, Virginia this morning when a Mercedes 380 SL parallel parked on the face of the $300,000 supercar. Children were watching!
Incredibly, nobody was killed in this dramatic, action-movie-looking wreck that took place at Wallerfield International Raceway in Trinidad and Tobago on July 24. Four people were injured, though watching the video it’s hard to believe it didn’t turn out worse. There’s a car flung like a toy into the damn crowd, even.…
The Tesla Model X crash that occurred in Montana on Saturday, which was blamed on Autopilot, now might have a new element to it: the driver might not have had his hands on the wheel at the time of the incident. It remains unclear.
Same old story. Someone steals a truck and makes a break for it on the highway. Unfortunately this time the following PIT maneuver sent the stolen vehicle flying down a drainage ditch, causing a separate crash in the oncoming on-ramp.