Jalopnik’s TV show hasn’t been canceled yet! Dreams DO come true. And this week, our TV boys head out to rural Pennsylvania to experience the magic of off-roading.
You know you love the humble pineapple when you begin your local transit welcome message with an ode to it. I mean, that’s really the only explanation I’ve got for it.
What happens when you give a bunch of skater punks a rental car? Well, let’s say the extra $9 a day insurance got used in full.
There is one, universal factor that defines bad horror movies, besides Matthew Lillard. That universal factor is that you can see the terrible ending coming from just about 3000 miles away, like these guys do, when they see a drowsy driver and a crash just waiting to happen. SPOILER ALERT: It happens.
Tesla's battle to either open or maintain dealerships in certain states has been, for the most part, met with resistance from dealership groups. Now a new bill introduced in the Pennsylvania legislature on Monday has the automakers pushing back. The legislation proposed by Republican state Sen. John Rafferty Jr. , the…
If there's a theme of 2013, it's been "don't post it on the Internet." Add another entry to the file: this asshat biker in Pennsylvania posted GoPro video of him running from the cops.
A Pennsylvania woman hated the sound of train whistles so much that she parked her car on the train tracks to stop them blowing through her town.
We're not sure from which part of the Keystone State this particular vanity plate hails, but it's worth noting that a large part of Pennsylvania is near the Jersey Shore.
Driving backwards on the shoulder of a four lane highway seems incredibly dangerous. Doing so with your foot planted firmly on the accelerator is even worse.
Why is roadkill is so funny? Whatever that sticky patch of mangled fur used to be probably suffered and unfortunate demise, yet it can still cause a chuckle, especially when it has a road stripe painted over top of it.
When I first noticed that there was a video of someone hooning an RV, I had two questions: 1) Where would anyone do such a thing? and 2) Why wasn't I there?
On Tuesday, a car crashed into a Pennsylvania couple's home, but the residents weren't surprised. It was the third crash in six months. Now they want to protect themselves, but they're afraid to do so.
Driving under the influence of alcohol can be dangerous to us all. A Pennsylvania man thought it was bad enough to call the police and report someone for drunk driving. Conscientious citizen, right? Sort of. Except that the drunk driver he was reporting — was himself!
A pair of Pennsylvanians got a little trashed one night earlier this month and attempted to beat the crap out of a Ford Fusion. When they realized their fists and feet could only do so much damage they then tried to blow up the car. With tampons. Sadly, it didn't work.
A man driving along Interstate 78 in eastern Pennsylvania early last week lost control of his 2005 Toyota Corolla, hit the concrete barrier in the median, bumped another car and a semi before finally stopping. Then he stripped off his clothes and stood on a record player.
This is Karin Mackaliunas of Scranton, Pennsylvania. Police found — upon searching her after finding a connection with a minor burglary — 54 bags of heroin, cash, empty bags and assorted sundry pills in her vagina.
A 34-year-old who just passed his driving test crashed into a state driver license center in western Pennsylvania. The accident happened Wednesday afternoon as the man was trying to leave the parking lot. Seriously. [AP]
Pennsylvania State Police identified Alfred Esposito III at the scene of a crash by his drivers license and informed his horrified parents. One problem: turns out one of Esposito's fraternity brothers was carrying the license and Alfred was alive. [MSNBC]
While traveling through rural Pennsylvania doing untold, illicit things, we spotted an all too familiar set of tail lamps sticking out of the back of a dump truck. This is its story.