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Many know that the proper way to install a camper is to first lower the back of it first, then the front, working in increments of a few inches at a time until the camper is resting on the truck. Next, you secure the camper to your truck’s tie-downs with turnbuckles. Then you attach the turnbuckles to both the anchors on the camper and the tie-downs on your truck before tightening them. This person apparently did not read the instructions. Read more for another picture.
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When entering any kind of parking garage, make sure that your motor skills are not impaired, or else you’ll end up like this guy. Put simply, this VW Passat driver in Switzerland approached a parking garage seemingly normal, but upon entering, something goes terribly wrong and the vehicle ends up slamming not only into the walls, but the gate meter itself. Read more for the footage.
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Many companies are turning to videotelephony for meetings, as many are forced to work from home. Whether it be Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or other software, there are plenty of options. Lizet Ocampo, the national political director for the progressive advocacy group People For the American Way, just so happened to be having one of these virtual meetings on Monday over Microsoft Teams when she accidentally turned on a potato filter. Read more for a video showing how to activate filters for Microsoft Teams and additional information.
The last thing that would probably come to mind when seeing a 1988 Pontiac Fiero on the streets is a 996-generation Porsche 911, but that’s exactly what one owner turned his vehicle into, or at least attempted to. Unfortunately, even the Pontiac 2.8-liter V6 engine remains, but at the very least, it’s been rebuilt with a new clutch, master cylinder, slave cylinder, and battery. Read more for additional pictures and information.
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An Audi dealership in Guilin, China were probably happy to see a father and his 3-year-old daughter stroll into their showroom, but little did they know, no less than 10 luxury cars would come out damaged from the visit. Mr. Zhao, accompanied by a friend, along with his wife and daughter, was interested in purchasing a new vehicle. Unfortunately leaving the 3-year-old girl alone was not the best idea, as she casually found a stone on the ground and proceeded to scratc the paint of nearly a dozen Audi vehicles, including a Q8, which sells for $142,000 in the country. Read more to see a picture of the damage.
Ferrari first introduced the 458 Spider at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show, and this convertible variant of the 458 Italia boasted an aluminum retractable hardtop that actually weighs 55-pounds less than a soft roof (Ferrari F430 Spider), and required just 14-seconds for operation. Despite these revisions, it kept the same 0-62 mph acceleration time as the coupé model, but has a lower top speed of 199 mph due to the added weight. Read more for additional pictures of the ash pile and a link to the lot.
Technically speaking, a subwoofer describes a loudspeaker that is specially designed to reproduce low-pitched audio frequencies known as bass and sub-bass, which are lower in frequency than those which can be generated by a woofer. Many vehicles use just a single subwoofer to enhance the bass, but this one went a bit overboard. So much so that they it apparently caused some destruction. Read more for the video.
You’d think a police robot would always be ready to help those in need, but that wasn’t the case when Cogo Guebara tried to summon one’s help. She rushed over to press its emergency alert button after seeing a brawl break out nearby in Salt Lake Park, Los Angeles, but rather than alert actual police offers, HP RoboCop loudly said “Step out of the way,” and then continued to roll away playing an ‘intergalactic tune’, while pausing periodically to say ‘Please keep the park clean.’ Read more for two videos and additional information.
Jorge Manalang went to work at O’Hare International Airport on Monday and ended up “saving the day in Chicago.” How so? He managed to ram an out-of-control beverage cart on a tarmac with another vehicle before it could harm any of the numerous employees on the ground or the airplane right behind it. Someone managed to capture this event on camera and promptly uploaded it to social media. Read more to watch.
Motorist Dakota Randall from Massachusetts captured a Tesla driver fast asleep behind the wheel while cruising on autopilot at 60mph. Even more bizarre is that the passenger sitting next to him also appears to be sleeping and has their head rested on the safety belt. Tesla Autopilot is essentially an advanced driver-assistance system with lane centering, adaptive cruise control, self-parking, automatic lane changes, and the ability to summon the car to and from a garage or parking spot. Read more for the video and additional information.