How To Jumpstart Your Car During A Zombie Apocalypse
San Diego got zombie-proofed today. The creator of The Walking Dead, Robert Kirkman, unveiled his one-off Zombie Survival Machine at Comic Con to celebrate the 100th issue of his comic. If we don't mass-produce this thing the zombies will kill us all.
Robert Kirkman will celebrate the 100th issue The Walking Dead with what else but his own zombie killing machine. Based off of a Hyundai Elantra Coupe, this may be the first factory-backed undead combat vehicle the world has seen.
This is the first of seven anti-distracted driving ads the California Office of Traffic Safety will roll out on TV this week, reports the Sacramento Bee. They're all filled with zombies.
We don't claim to be zombie apocalypse experts, but we do know if it happens prop guns and an old Isuzu probably isn't going to be a very helpful combination. That certainly isn't what the seller of this 1994 Amigo would have you believe. It's currently listed on Ebay as a vehicle that will "have you ready for the…
As much as we talk about the pending zombie apocalypse, (what, you think the debt ceiling debate has a happy ending?) we've focused more on vehicles with enough size to survive encounters with the undead. Subaru posits a different strategy: Floor it in a WRX.
Because if there's one group of people that first come to mind when I think of "Zombie Slayers," it's Toyota Camry owners. [via imgur]
Toyota launched an ad campaign featuring dead people crowding around a Toyota vehicle under both recalls just as the estimated death toll from unintended acceleration accidents rises to 34. Seriously.
Preparing the right vehicle for the zombie apocalypse often requires a lot of time, space and a forgiving family. This is where ApocaLEGO vehicles come in. If minifig zombies want brains, they're going to have to get through this crew.
Austin, TX appears to be ground zero for the electronic traffic signs hacking threat, as the "top story" on last night's local news demonstrates.
Transportation officials in Texas are "scrambling" to stop the "hacking electronic traffic signs" threat. Didn't we tell you not to play with the electronic road signs? This is why we can't have anything nice.
We had a late surge of votes for the best post-apocalytpic vehicle contest, though it didn't change the score that much. It turns out our readers love the flexibility, mobility and amphibious nature of the Finnish Sisu XA-185 (and other Sisu XA derivatives). With the Sisu getting first place with 28.7% of the vote and…