Trolling Road Users the Russian Way (Meanwhile in Russia)
After watching this video, we won’t blame you for thinking that someone hitched a ride on the side of the Toyota Yaris hatchback – to be honest, it wouldn’t be too far fetched with all the crazy dashcam footage we’ve seen over the past few years, would it…
As it turns out, the driver of the Japanese model is simply trolling other road users by hanging a dummy dressed in regular clothing on the passenger side of his car.
Meanwhile in Russia: Another Russian Pedestrian Stands His Ground, But is the Driver at Fault?
In the day and age of dashboard cameras, Russian drivers disregarding pedestrian crossings and signs are nothing new, but we’re not exactly sure if the person steering the car in this incident is at blame.
We say this due to the frozen road conditions and the lack of additional details, as for all we know, the driver may have tried to stop progressively.
Regardless of what he/she did or not, the pedestrian seen in the video threw a Hulk-style hissy fit smashing the front end grille piece on the Toyota Ipsum van before returning for a karate kick ending to the driver’s side fender…
Ford C-Max vs Toyota Prius V! [Head 2 Head Episode 20]
On this episode of Head 2 Head, it’s the battle of the hybrids as Jonny Lieberman pits the 2012 Toyota Prius V against Ford’s 2013 C-MAX Hybrid SEL.
There is a lot going on with these cars so to help break down the technical information, so Jonny also talks with Motor Trend’s hybrid guru Kim Reynolds about the Ford / Toyota rivalry & the controversy surrounding their hybrid technologies.
Meanwhile in Russia: Who Needs Video Games When You Have Drivers Like These?
You may as well forget about playing around with your Xbox or PlayStation if you happen to bump into a driver like the one sitting behind the wheel of this battered Toyota Carina E sedan.
We’re not sure what type of vehicle the camera is fitted on (it could be some sort of trike), but we can tell you that man in the Japanese saloon shouldn’t be allowed to walk outside without supervision, let alone drive a car…
Reckless Taiwanese Tour Bus Operator Causes Two Car Accident on Highway
From what we can tell by looking at this video, the person operating the tour bus in Taiwan’s Hsinchu City didn’t even turn on his blinkers when he abruptly entered the middle lane forcing the driver of the silver Toyota Corolla to lose and spin out of control.
It all happened rather quickly with an oncoming Ford Focus not having enough time or space to avoid crashing into the Corolla.
Even though the reckless bus driver was to blame, he didn’t stop and abandoned the scene of the incident.
WTF: In Russia, You Now Have to Watch Out for Driverless Cars
Captured on camera is a strange incident that took place the other day in the city of Perm, formerly known as Molotov, in the European part of Russia near the Ural Mountains.
In the beginning of the video, we can clearly see a silver-colored Chevrolet Aveo sedan parked on the side of the road, but at around 55 seconds into the clip, the sub-compact saloon starts moving on its own and surprises a pedestrian before it comes to a stop on the side of a Toyota RAV-4, fortunately without hitting anyone.
Perhaps more surprising is the fact that the woman speaking on her cell phone is completely unfazed by the car that’s heading towards her and continues to talk as if nothing really happened…
Meanwhile in Russia: Toyota Land Cruiser Tries to Avoid Traffic Only to Get Stuck on the Train Rails
The driver of the Japanese SUV tried to use his vehicle’s off-road prowess to overcome the traffic at a stop light by jumping on the train (or tram) rails.
However, it seems that for reasons we cannot understand, the driver couldn’t get the Land Cruiser’s wheels out of the rails and was forced to continue driving with his fingers crossed that no train or tram would come his way…