“That was probably a mistake,” the driver later admitted to local news.
If it happens in Russia, there’s going to be someone recording it on their dashcam. Our most recent example: a meteor turning night into day in the middle of nowhere.
Thanks to one trucker’s dashcam, we can see how another painfully avoidable wreck happened from start to finish.
Here’s a pretty wild Russian dashcam video with a surprisingly informative takeaway about physics and, maybe unsurprisingly, traffic safety.
The Danville, Virginia Police Department is under a great deal of scrutiny after going viral for appearing to have popped the hoods of cop cars in order to block their dashcam views. Police officials have issued a denial, claiming that their cars merely got too hot and needed to cool off, but that explanation is also…
Chinese authorities arrested a man yesterday for towing a 114-foot train of ten motor-scooters down the highway secured with nothing more than rope. What impresses me is how far the dude got with them.
This horrific 10-car pileup in upstate New York last week included a tractor trailer with faulty brakes spearing through traffic, but no one was killed. One major reason for that was the crowd of bystanders who managed to pull a woman from the burning wreckage of her car.
Here’s why you have to keep your wits on poorly-marked roads this winter.
This dashcam video shows what can go wrong if you’re lazy and you don’t clear that huge block of snow and ice off of the roof of your car—it can fly off and crush the car behind you.
This scheme to cheat a driver out of parking spot was so audacious it made The Telegraph. Finding parking in New York City is for real.
The rider was fine. The GoPro? Er, close enough.
If you’re looking to not crash your car, I would suggest not driving super fast on a road with slow traffic and idiot drivers. This Ferrari F430 driver missed that first lesson, but he did a good job dodging disaster anyway.
An 18-wheeler rolled from the 404 onto the 401 in Toronto yesterday, landing right in the midst of traffic. Amazingly, no one was seriously injured.
What happens when you have a toe link failure flat out at 110 mph? Uh, it's not great.
I live a largely blissful, happy life filled with joy and ease. Why is this? Because I don't have to drive every day, and I don't have to put up with the raging morons that traffic the world's roads.
"What the FUCK," he says to himself, realizing two big rigs are about to collide right in front of his eyes.
Harry Houdini is alive, people. There's no other way to explain this car crash.
Holy fucking shit piss.
In 2012, dash cams introduced themselves to the world. In 2013, dash cams started breaking worldwide news. In 2014? Things got weird.
That big gap of space in front of a semi truck? That's not for you.