These Are The Absolute Worst Places Your Car Has Died

“That was the good spot. It actually died around the corner from there.” — Car owner Raphael Orlove
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Having your car die on you is a pretty major inconvenience. Having it die in a place where it’s nightmarishly difficult to pull over or fix it is even worse. Quite a few of you have had this happen. I’m so sorry.

Last week, I asked you guys for the worst places that your car has broken down.

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Did it die on a bridge? In a tunnel? In the middle of a field?

Let’s find out.

Hurrah (SmugAardvark)

Nothing bad ever came out of jumping a car.

Cheesecake Factory (Vin)

Sorry about that, man.

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Locked Out (Yamidan)

At least you got back in.

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No Phone (Hemostatstatstat)

This is ancient history stuff.

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Australia (SilentButNotReallyDeadly)

I don’t think you’re selfish.

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Murder Prevention (BionicPhil)

Good guy cop.

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Frostbite (CunningStunter)

It was minor, though.

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Party Time (CleverUsername)

Just not that type of party.

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Jumping Bridge (OzarkTroutBum)

Sounds like fun.

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Use The Snow (hadokenny)

Good on your for being aware of the environment.

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I’ve Seen This Movie (BiffMagnetude)

Good God, man.

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One Thing Led To Another (Bigger Putz)

Yeah, some trouble found you.

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Friendship (User name tbd)

Glad you dropped that person!

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Kristen Lee

Writer at Jalopnik and consumer of many noodles.