Brian Casteel was out driving Tuesday night in Billings, Montana, when he noticed two cars revving their engines at a stop light. A few seconds after the light turned green, the cars took off before one of them quickly lost control, slamming into a curb. Five minutes after that, the driver was in handcuffs.
For the most part, the best affordable cars seem to spring up on Facebook Marketplace, but for whatever reason CL is holding out in Montana. It has one of the most implausibly amazing set of listings I’ve ever seen.
When civilians get their vehicles stuck in mud pits, they’ve got to find someone with a truck (or tractor) and tow strap to give them a tug. But when Air Force airmen get their rigs stuck, they’ve got much cooler options.
For years, many exotic car buyers have been registering their cars in Montana thanks to a loophole in the law that allows them to avoid paying sales tax. Now, according to local news site Bozeman Daily Chronicle, that may all come to an end with the “Ferrari Tax.” Here’s a look at the cars that will be affected, as…
I get asked from time to time about the so-called Montana License Plate Scam: Can you safely register your vehicle in Montana and drive it in your non-Montana home state? There are a couple problems which might crop up if you give it a try.
The Montana state senate voted to pass the roadkill salvage bill, which Gawker reports would allow people to take roadkill as well as donate it to the poor.
A 42-year-old woman from Butte, MT was arrested last Friday for ramming her boyfriend's car while driving drunk. She was naked at the time.
An unlicensed Montana teen was going 100 miles per hour when he reportedly hit a moose in Idaho's Silver Valley yesterday. To make matters worse, his whole family was in the car with him: two five-year-olds and three adults with suspended licenses who were all riding in the backseat.
America's statehouses are the petri dishes of democracy, where new ideas are born and tested. Like these from Montana Rep. Alan Hale, who's tired of big government telling people they can't drink and drive.
What do you get when you combine a nice set of Hot Wheels and fire? My childhood. But some grown men in Montana get paid to relive my childhood. Except their game might just save your life.
You rent a moving van, then decide to take a dubious shortcut involving forbidding Montana dirt roads. Things don't go so well after that, and the van ends up stuck in a ditch. No, wait— you were hijacked!
What started out as a painful trip across lonesome I-94 in North Dakota turned into short-form poetry for the boys over at Esquire. Like to read? Of course you do. Read this.
There's nothing like the thrill of crossing an entire U.S. state. We just know it's what our forefathers intended. With a little help from our readers we've put together this list of ten states to criss-cross on a driving adventure.
The Loverman clued us into a heartwarming story out of Montana, wherein a fellow was speeding along at 95mph on his way to an appointment, an officer saw him and gave chase, thusly blowing a tire at around 120. The driver of the speeding vehicle, who claimed to be unaware that a police car was in pursuit of him,…