This video of radio-controlled model trucks look like an autonomous Ford Bronco off-roading at the beach. It's actually a Traxxas TRX4 Sport radio-controlled truck that's just 21" in length. Excellent smartphone video shot on a Samsung Galaxy S9+.
Like YouTuber Tom Scott, watching Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons as a kid, even as a kid, I remember thinking driving backwards in a vehicle while looking into a TV screen seemed like a bad idea. Tom has always wanted to try it to see just how hard it might be. He teamed up with… READ THE REST
In the US, almost all automobile speedometers go up to 160 mph even though very few cars can go that fast, not to mention it's almost twice the highest posted speed limit in the country. So why the 160 mph industry standard? From CNN: Toyota spokesman Paul Hogard said the automaker wants speedometers to be… READ THE REST
New York police have busted multiple drivers in recent months driving around with rather poorly-rendered fake inspection stickers on their cars. The specimen above was apparently drawn on a piece of a Post-It Note. From the Times Union: Troopers did not immediately say where the 3:37 a.m. traffic stop occurred but the man [responsible for… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. If there's one thing we hate doing, it's listening to dumb people say dumb things. In fact, it's unreal what great lengths we go through to avoid small talk, awkward political conversations, and… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. If we've learned anything from the great Sriracha shortage of 2022, it's that nothing is safe and sacred anymore. Even if your troubles are beyond hot sauce, the least you can do… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Communication is the key to, well, almost everything. Understanding and being understood is so core to the experience of life that species will do almost anything to make sure they're heard… READ THE REST