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Watch what happens when boxes overflow a city to the point of hilarity. Imagine if they were cars… By the way, there are no koalas in Kuala Lampur.
An experiment in traffic control and video editing. Another one with an earworm song attached.
Driving in New York is dangerous enough. Now they have cyclists who need horns. The bike messenger guys are all crazy and have a death wish.
This is what happens when people come back from vacation in China and try to get into Beijing. There are too many people on this planet. My neighbor is just one of them that should go.
This got hot a couple of days ago. It’s claimed that these are Volvo truck brakes at work. I can believe it. Some school bus/parenting/traffic laws have to be addressed here.
An Indian guy is pulled over for not coming to a complete stop. Reminiscent of this one from 1992. (It has not aged well.)
The first 73.5 meter (241 ft.) long wind turbine blade was successfully transported across Spain. Still no insight into who or what is steering the ass end of this monstrosity.
An old steam locomotive hauls a modern freight load consisting of 143 cars around a bend where it meets its modern counterpart going the other way.
The driver of this moving truck tried to beat the light at the 11foot8 bridge and smashed his truck right into the can opener. Two passengers were injured and had to be taken to the hospital. One of the passengers … Continue reading
Taking a train in India: Evening rush hour in Los Angeles
The trailer has rear-wheel steering. But who steers it and how it’s steered is still a mystery.
A bad mix of trains on city streets and brain dead drivers. Almost as good as the 11′ 8″ bridge.
Guy has a YT channel devoted to narrating play by play at an intersection and pointing out bad drivers.
Watch for the Centipede, 160 feet long with an 18-speed gearbox, a 550 horsepower engine, carrying over a ton of fuel.
Steerable rear turntable in action but I can’t see where the steerer is.
If you axe me, it was pretty skraight an smoove.?