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Ohio State Trooper Brent E. Hill was hit by a passing car on the freeway when he got out of his vehicle to investigate a crash. The impact of the vehicle sent Trooper Hill flying through the air, over the car in front of him, leaving him critically injured. The driver of the car that hit Trooper Hill has been sentenced to 6 months in jail.
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We're still not sure if BrianZuk was actually going 175 mph on the freeway in his Ferrari 458, but we would be slightly disappointed if he was only going 65. He does seem to fly by the majority of other cars on the road.
We would imagine that cops don't get much love from the people they write tickets to. These cops however, make fun of themselves after giving tickets to a couple car show offs and get laughs from everyone watching.
Dash cams capture all kinds of horrific accidents, but the two in this video are more scary and confusing than anything else. First, a woman rolls her vehicle and remains totally calm the entire time. Then a guy driving like a jerk causes the two cars behind him to crash when he can't control his vehicle.
The cold weather conditions can mean slippery roads and frosty driving conditions. In the first video, the snow is apparently so distracting, that a man doesn't even realize he has hit a woman. Then, some cute (and extremely tall) penguins slip and slide on icy roads.
Usually when there's a flood you probably shouldn't attempt to drive through it. This bus driver, however, wasn't about to let a "little" flooding take him off schedule, so when the sea took over the road, he just drove right through the waves. And elsewhere, how do you get your car across a river when the bridge is 200 miles away? A zipline of course! Is it just us or does building a new bridge seem like less of a hassle than this?
We're guessing it was the first time the thief in video number one has ever tried to steal gas, otherwise he may have known not to smoke a cigarette in the vicinity. Then, a thief in a poorly made police jacket gets away with some cash, but not before being caught on surveillance camera.
When you're well-off enough to purchase a $100,000 Mercedes, chances are you're going to be speeding in it. It's important to remember to not be a jerk to the police officer who pulled you over. This driver got extremely lucky when he met the coolest cop who happens to be gear head.
Honda in Japan is showing us what their engineering will do for your safety, by using a smartphone as a test dummy. The ad features an engineer playing with different scenarios that involve instances that could end in the phone's demise. The metaphor shows you the lengths to which the car company goes to keep you secure. We all want to protect our valuable iPhones, but you need the "i" in order to use that phone, which is Honda's promotional message.
A race car crash in Australia could have gone much worse, but luckily the driver survived the ordeal. The same cannot be said about his car, which was torn to pieces after it rolled taking a turn during the practice session. The driver, Brendon Tucker, was unscathed in the wreck.
This video has provoked quite the angry and controversial comments on YouTube. The man who posted this video, Enrique Gonzalez, is stating that the treatment he receives in this video is the norm for him in his city of Lakeport, California, but what he doesn't say is why. Many of the commenters believe that Enrique is either wearing or saying something to enrage these extremely angry drivers. Click here for the local's reaction to the video.
As you may already know, hybrid cars are all the rage. But why is it that in order to drive a more fuel-efficient car, it also has to look like a "mom car"? The McLaren P1 is anything but a mom car, and it takes on one of the world's hardest race tracks to prove it.