You ever see those signs that say something along the lines of "Watch Out for Falling Rocks" and you scoff and wonder who would care about a few pebbles? Yeah, this giant goddamn boulder that almost completely crushed a car in Taiwan is what that sign is talking about.

Originally posted in reddit's r/videos section by user marvinjenkins, the video shows a car just tootling along, minding its own business in a rain storm along Taiwan's northern coast when a giant boulder comes flying out of nowhere at about the 20 second mark. Luckily, it doesn't appear as if anyone was killed in the landslide.


And as for those "falling rocks" signs, in situations where it's been raining or the ground is likely to be loose, use caution, drive a little more slowly, and try to remain hyper-aware of your surroundings. And if you can, try to find an alternate route.

You don't want to end up on the Internet as the guy who didn't miss the giant boulder smashing into their car.