Luckily he was able to extricate himself from the car and swim back to shore.
We only wish they'd use a '00s model as opposed to this blasphemous color-screened monstrosity.
Look, parallel parking isn't the easiest thing to do. But the fact that these two people spend 8 minutes trying to figure out this (big!) parking space and still can't is mind-boggling.
To clarify, when the other driver shouts, "I was only doing 110 [KMH]" that translates to 62 MPH.
On average, people are not very loyal to their car brands. But what brands and makes inspire the most loyalty?
The future of braking technology is making its way from the racetrack to luxury cars to ordinary cars.
In order to compete with the larger companies, Hotz is going directly to consumers. Using three gadgets, Hotz says he can override the driver assist systems of any late model Toyota or Honda vehicle, and replace it with his own openpilot software.
He barely bats an eye at the potentially-life-threatening stunt.
Well, this is alarming.
A hubcap was lying in the middle of the road when someone ahead ran over it, causing it to smash through this man's windshield as he was transporting sixteen passengers. All of the passengers walked away safe and sound, and the driver was treated in hospital.
How do professionals change the variables of their car to attain peak engine performance?
When Road Guy Rob talks about his experience driving for Uber and Lyft, it definitely doesn't sound too fun. Add in the fact that he made roughly 42¢ per hour, and, well... we'll be taking the bus.
Getting up on the guardrail as if life is a "Tony Hawk" game would be kinda cool if only this didn't seem like a pretty bad crash.
Richard Ratay, the author of "Don't Make Me Pull Over!: An Informal History of the Family Road Trip," discusses the factors that turned road trips from an individual adventurer's pursuit into a family activity — and those that led to their decline.
Or make executive decisions to just ignore physics altogether.
A former Apple engineer was arrested on charges of stealing driverless car secrets for a Chinese startup after he passed through the security checkpoint at San Jose International Airport to board a flight to China.
This guy pulls.
Unlike in most sports, Formula 1 teams don't just need to transport athletes across countries and continents for competitions — they need to transport a shit-ton of equipment, too.
A swirl of factors hid this jaywalker until the last second.
A new law in Georgia prohibits drivers from even touching a screen. Whether or not it improves safety, it could help break people's phone habits.
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