A driver from Orange County Florida was dinged by the cops for using a very slick-looking device to obscure his license plate while using a toll road. It would have been the perfect crime, except for one thing: when the driver worked his license plate magic, he failed to notice that there was a police car rolling right up on his back bumper.
I live in Boston, which is known among other things for having absolutely terrible drivers. I've also been bicycling as my primary mode of transportation since 2006, with only a handful of near-death experiences at the hands of oblivious automobile operators. Between this, and the bajillion suburban car accidents my mother has had in whatever… READ THE REST
March 10th, 1996 is a date that should live in infamy, for it marks the day Rudy Stanko started a series of events that would eventually strip Americans of their last state without a daytime numerical speed limit in 1998. At the time of Stanko's first speeding citation in this series of citations, Montana had… READ THE REST
If you stop a car suddenly, your body keeps moving until the seat belt stops it. Your internal organs, body fluids, and soft tissue slosh forward until they impact the inner shell of your body (or whatever you want to call it). It doesn't feel good. Nissan has been working on an acceleration control technology… READ THE REST
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We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. The internet is a chaotic, weird, beautiful thing where you can find things from amazing infographics to fun news blurbs about what is clearly the prologue to a horror movie. When you're… READ THE REST