Posted by Christian Sep 26th 2012, 18:27
Warren Thomas Michael III was having a rough go of it last weekend. When Clay County officers finally pulled him over he had been swerving on and off of Highway 17 in Fleming Island. His eyes were glassy and he reeked of booze but before you go jumping to any conclusions, Michael has an explanation I think we can all relate to.
He rolled down his window to greet his arresting officer and instead of a driver’s license he procured a squirrel and claimed that the rodent had been eating him. It was not clear if the squirrel was alive or deceased.
Posted by Christian Sep 14th 2012, 12:07
Most people think of racoons as destructive creatures who rifle through your trash at night and carry rabies. But not this little fella. He is fairly intent on helping out. Watch as he gets on his back just like the humans and crawls under the car to take a look.
Posted by Alex Sep 12th 2012, 16:14
Every year, motorists experience minor car problems that force them to return to the dealership and get their vehicles fixed. Sometimes, a large number of people experience the some serious problems, forcing automakers into mass recalls that not only cost the car manufacturer money, but also tarnishes the company's image.
Steering wheels falling off, inadvertent acceleration and engine fires are just a few of the problems that plagued drivers, forcing automakers to recall their vehicles. Here are some of the worst car recalls.
Posted by Christian Apr 25th 2012, 17:55
Having the right type of tires in the right conditions can literally be the difference between life and death. The tires you trust to get you across a rain slicked highway during a rain storm might not be the best choice during a blizzard. Driving across the country can be a nightmare. Even the all season radials can’t be counted on for all situations.
Luckily a team of German scientists have developed a new type of tire technology that adjusts tire profile on the go.
Posted by Christian Apr 12th 2012, 15:32
“We’re from North Carolina… First in flight, first bird on 32. Everyone else follows.”
Yes, you heard that correctly. He did just compare putting 32 inch rims on a Camaro to being the first people to perfect aero-engineering.