Sunday morning in Lutz, Florida, a woman trying to park her Tesla Model X to go to a nail salon ended up putting the car into a gym’s wall. No one was hurt in the incident, though one poor guy’s workout was rudely interrupted.
Yes, it is possible to screw up off-roading so badly that the axle on your brand-new Toyota Tacoma actually gets ripped right out from under the truck.
We’ll never know how far this semi-truck was able to safely travel with its cargo box tilted skyward, but you can definitely see where it stops.
We all have that friend who is into boring stuff like bird watching or stamps. Usually you want to run screaming into traffic when they say “hey let me show you something,” but don’t. They may show you something like what this hardcore train enthusiast managed to film—a guilt-free video of a CSX train ramming into the…
Video from the Karachi port in Pakistan shows one cargo ship crash into another docked cargo ship earlier today, dropping 21 shipping containers into the ocean as the workers suck their teeth at the mess being made.
The Los Angeles Times just published a feature on the history of SoCal street racing. It’s not a wistful look back at leather jackets and hot rods. It’s about young kids being killed, lives being wasted and families being destroyed for nothing.
“I was this close to telling him [the course] turns right,” Valor Racing co-driver Josh said, recounting this crash at the 2018 Parker 250. “And that’s when I look up and the ground disappears and we go sailing off.”
One of the most memorable scenes of the Fast and the Furious movies involves a Honda Civic barely passing under a semi trailer. It’s an incredible stunt even for a movie, and extremely dangerous to attempt in real life. Yet motorcycle vlogger Hammy Moto recreated this scene with his body when he fell from his bike and…
What goes through your head before you try to drive through a train crossing barrier on your scooter? A barrier designed to be easily visible, and more notably, to stop anything from blocking or hitting the oncoming train. Anyway, this person tried and failed horribly.
Some people really hate birds. One guy hated birds so much, he decided to record himself driving his car at some birds in a parking lot for Snapchat. It did not end well for him.
Yesterday, we brought you the story of how a drugged driver sent a Nissan Altima through the wall of a dentist’s office, which normally would not be remarkable except that the dentist’s office was on the second floor. Now, new video has emerged showing that the Altima practically jumped a bus.
It’s easy to be tricked into thinking that ripping a sweet, tidy donut in the Hoonigans’ tiny parking lot is no big deal when so many guests on their Daily Transmission reels make it look so easy. Thankfully, their blooper reel of crashes and carnage proves otherwise.
Not all supercar testing involves competitive lap times and precision driving. Some of the shakedown process is just about crash testing, driving off curbs and smashing priceless Koenigseggs with a hammer which, here, has been set to a party music montage and is awesome.
The Nürburgring is heaven on earth for car nuts, attracting the world’s most interesting cars, including manufacturers’ latest models. You can even drive it yourself! Sometimes a dream trip to the ‘Ring doesn’t end up being quite so enviable, though, and here are this year’s fail compilations that prove it.
Formula E probably didn’t have the season opening weekend it wanted right after a bunch of manufacturers announced they’re coming into the series. Saturday’s race was stopped for a crash that blocked the road on the very first lap of the 2017 season.
A 1979 Porsche 924 stolen from a Medford, Oregon, parking lot in 1991 has finally been found at the base of a cliff southwest of Crater Lake, reports KOMO. From the looks of the car, it certainly didn’t have the most pleasant trip down there.
The Toyota 86 Racing Series’ Race 1 at Newcastle Street Circuit this weekend went out with a big bang. The safety car pulled back in to let the race restart with only one lap left. That ended exactly as poorly as it usually does for a large chunk of the field who got caught up in a big ol’ crash.
On Nov. 10, an unidentified 31-year-old driver struck Alexis Butler, 18, as she backed out of a driveway in a Toyota Camry in Arlington, Texas. Butler died a week later. There were no skid marks or apparent attempts made by the 31-year-old to stop, according to police. He said that he had been distracted while…