NASCAR’s favorite son and driving god Dale Earnhardt Jr. accidentally tapped a tree after a snowstorm that blasted parts of North Carolina. He said he tapped the tree because he was going a bit fast, but consider this, southerners: if Dale Jr. is struggling to keep it under control, maybe it’s not the best time to go…
The crashes at the 11-foot-8-inch bridge were funny at first. Then, when the city of Durham, North Carolina, added several warning lights and signs, the crashes became sad. Now they’re so sad, they’ve looped right back around into being hilarious again.
In a moment it was all silenced. The screaming of the fans packing the stadium. The 14 cars all tearing into a collision course with me. The passenger airbag blew as another skidplate car made contact and it finally snapped me into realizing what I’d gotten myself into.
A welding instructor in Surry County, North Carolina, discovered a dog trapped in the engine bay of a car , so she and one of her students sprung into action, breaking out wrenches on a mission to save the pooch.
As part of Gov. McCrory’s multi-headed plan to make the once-great state of North Carolina suck just a little bit more, this Friday will mark the start of the North Carolina Department of Transportation’s new campaign, Obey the Sign or Pay the Fine. Uuuuuggghhh.
When I moved to North Carolina about a year ago, I never once dared to dream that it could possibly challenge Florida for batshittery. Looks like I may have been wrong, thanks to the efforts of this clearly disturbed circular-driving and cop-car-ramming enthusiast.
Apparently that the grounds for a cop stopping you in your car are up to interpretation. Even if that interpretation isn't, you know, correct.
North Carolinian police released dashcam video today of a suspected burglar dragging a safe full of prescriptions drugs behind his car. I'm sure there's a reasonable explanation for all of this, though.
The small North Carolina town of Weddington lives its days cowering in fear, listening intently for the onslaught of a local villain. A monster is on the loose, terrifying all who come upon it. Yes, friends, it is that which we are all afraid of – a random dude in a Porsche 911 GT3RS. Repent! Repent!
Another week, another Southern snowpocalypse. Anyone else sick of this winter yet? This time it's poor North Carolina's turn to get obliterated by snow... and they're not reacting well.
A North Carolina man was crossing the street at around 10:00 last night when he was hit by a car. Oddly enough, it was the pedestrian who was cited by the police after the incident.
Stephanie Beasley's house has had the same piece of furniture in her living room for over a month now - the front of a Pontiac Grand Prix.
Another week, another victory for Tesla in their ongoing war with car dealerships. This time it's in North Carolina, whose legislature has backed off on a bill that would have blocked Tesla sales in that state.
You'd think electric and hybrid cars said something awful about North Carolina's mom, what with how they want to ban Tesla sales and now this extra fee for hybrid and electric car owners. I don't think the reason is that a Prius suggested that sweet Mrs.Carolina put a Whopper on lay-away, but rather that old favorite…
A woman speeding down the highway in North Carolina called 911 while being pursued by the police. She bargained that she would pull over for $300,000.
As cleanup continues, Snor'eastercane Sandy's wrath is still being felt in many locales along the Atlantic coast. On Hatteras Island, North Carolina the hurricane damaged the only bridge on and off the island, and also left parts of the coast weak when a nor'easter hit a week later.
Joseph Morning parks his covered motorcycle on the street outside his North Carolina home every single night. But one morning, his girlfriend walked outside to find it gone.
You know what's great? You. I mean it— this is not my usual sucking up to the readers before I squeeze out another lame idea I desperately want approval for. By "great" I really should be more specific. I mean "great at identifying cars."
Last week, cab driver Charles Hawkesworth was brutally attacked by one of his late night passengers, a US Marine. Now, as the attacker is finally being charged with a felony, Hawkesworth's North Carolina community is banding together to support him in the best way we can imagine.
Island Taxi in Surf City, NC recently installed video cameras in all of their taxis for the safety of their drivers. Early Sunday morning, one caught a passenger, who happened to be a US Marine, beating his driver to a pulp.