The mysterious cars discovered last month within a once state-of-the-art robot parking garage in Scotland for 15 years are still there, except now they’re being accidentally set ablaze.
In Scotland, a state-of-the-art automated parking garage shut down 15 years ago after going bankrupt, leading many to speculate that vehicles were left stuck within its confines. Recently, demolition crews have been tearing the old garage down, revealing that indeed, there are still cars inside.
If you wish to reach the very edge of a continent, all you need is a 20-year-old Land Rover Defender 90 with 216,000 miles on the clock, and a fresh pair of underpants.
All I can say is that if you have the opportunity to drive a manual F-Type around Scotland in these last few sunny days left of this summer, don’t think about it for a second. Take a day off if you have to, because it’s well worth it.
If you need to cross the shallow water that divides two small Orkney islands north of Scotland, your best option is to book a flight on a Loganair Britten-Norman Islander to make the overseas journey. Just don’t expect drink service.
Empty roads, stunning scenery and a drive in the most appropriate car of them all: An Aston Martin N430. On days like these, I wish I stayed in the UK.
Two women in Clydebank, Scotland, were injured by a complete MADMAN this week in a vicious drive-by potato and/or cole slaw attack.
Alright, so you might find your path occasionally blocked by a cow, but is it a shaggy cow? No, it is not, because the Scottish Highlands are a magical place.
You know a rally stage is insanely fast when the codriver has to tell his driver to "be brave."
In quite possibly the best prank to ever hit this new digitized map world, a Scottish mechanic and his buddies staged a fake murder on Google Street View. It took longer than you might think for people to figure out what they'd done.
The Northern Constabulary was the territorial police force responsible for Northern Scotland from 1975 until this year. It was the agency responsibly for covering the largest geographical area in the UK, equivalent to the size of Belgium, but was one of the smallest in terms of officers, with about 715 personnel.
Even though we firmly believe Americans drive on the correct side of the road with the steering wheel where it belongs, like most sane people when driving abroad we conform to the traffic laws of the rest of the world.
Going 300 MPH is never an easy task but it becomes especially difficult when you are located a continent away from the only place you can test and tune your 1 liter turbocharged streamliner.
This amphibious bus is part of a proposed plan to improve public transport in the Scottish city of Glasgow. It's currently undergoing "sea" trials on the River Clyde. It has encountered problems, but it has not sunk. Yet.
After a week of heavy rainfall in the UK, storms are once again closing roads throughout Cumbria, Scotland and Wales. So much so, even British road health and safety teams apparently couldn't quite keep on message. [Reuters]
Welcome to Down On The Street, where we admire old vehicles parked on the streets of the Island That Rust Forgot: Alameda, California. Here's the fourth 1930s car I've found down on the Alameda street.