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Drifting is dangerous period, but drifting a brand new, expensive car is especially dangerous, dangerous for your bank account as this guy learned the hard way. Then we have a real life car version of "The Tortoise and the Hare" as a Ford Focus raced a supercar. Except this story didn't have a happy ending for the underdog.
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These videos show a pair of peculiar incidents involving automobiles. In clip one, having to change a tire in the middle of the desert forced a group to improvise. These guys tilted their SUV with style and used the the extra air to remove their tires and then put them back on before landing safely. In clip two, a driver was nearly side-swiped by a vehicle that literally came out of nowhere. It was almost as if it appeared out of thin air.
These videos offer a pair of roadside fails. In clip one, a street light in Winnipeg literally stopped a vehicle after falling on it. Locals have questioned the stability of the pole since the incident. In clip two, a group unloading a car from a truck with planks predictably failed. The planks broke under the vehicle like chopsticks.
It's a sticker, or better yet, a sort of "Fathead" for your car and it's called "StickOut." Just choose your design, stick it on your car, and roll in style!
Texting and driving is one of the most dangerous things you can do in a car. Countless lives have ended too soon because of it. This terrifying ad by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration demonstrates just that.
Usually when you see an ambulance you pull over and let it go through. Well this guy here decided to film himself as he "discovered" the quickest way to work, driving right behind an ambulance. He posted the video and was fired from his job. Although he insists he did nothing wrong and pulled over to let the ambulance through, local authorities still called it an "irresponsible act."
A blown tire can make for a day for any driver. In the first clip, racer Artie Haynie learned that the hard way as he zoomed down a track in an Indy Car. His tire popped and sent him out of control while going 160 mph but he luckily avoided injury. In clip two, a truck blew a tire right in front of a car with a dashcam. The truck's tire narrowly avoided the dashcam car. Wow!
We told you all about "Fool's Roll," the real-life, cannonball-run-type race where a bunch of people get into a bunch of crummy cars and drive from Texas to Las Vegas. Well, teams have finally reached Vegas with "The Dukes of Hazzard" in first place. The team we Skyped with, "The Griswolds," didn't place in the race, but they did win best costume and team, sold their station wagon, and did exactly what they said they would: bet it all on red.
Rhett & Link are at it again with another rap battle! This time they're highlighting the dangers of distracted driving by showing how "multitasking" with your phone is really unsafe. No matter how good you think you are at texting, there's no such thing as a "textpert," so don't text and drive!
It probably took you a while to master parallel parking, what about perpendicular parking? This is either a new way to park or just some smooth moves straight out of an action movie. And if you're trying not to lose your license, DO NOT drive your car through the DMV like this woman did in Brazil.
A sinkhole in Bowling Green, Kentucky swallowed six Corvettes from the National Corvette Museum in February. Nature apparently doesn't love the vehicles as much as we do, as the sinkhole beat them senseless. The museum has recovered most of the vehicles and is now showing them off in an exhibit.
Starts in Austin, Texas and ends in Vegas, it's called the "Fool's Roll" and it's just like the race in the movie. Using no more than $2,000, teams must buy a car, drive it to Vegas, sell the car and put all the money on one bet in the casino. Everything must be done in a costume! It's all for a good cause and at RightThisMinute we had the chance to Skype with one of the teams, "The Griswolds," driving the ol' station wagon. You can watch the update to this story right here!