Two hands on the steering wheel? Overrated. Carrying what looks like three hundred pounds of something on the top of your car without any straps to hold it down? Now that’s where it’s at. We hope that there are two other guys on the other side of the car because if not, that stuff is going to go crashing to the ground basically right away.
Also, even if there are two guys on the other side of the car, that stuff is going to go crashing to the ground right away because of how physics and muscles work. Basically, the moment this car goes faster than ten miles an hour around a corner, it’s going to go sliding off and probably hit some other poor car that was just minding its business.
What a Location
So a person has her permit and wants to go out for a little bit of driving. She decides she wants to go off-roading at the Badlands, a place that, historically, doesn’t have a lot of traffic. Well, too bad, that person has just flipped Mom’s SUV, and now the whole family is sitting around wondering if there’s a way to get it back onto its wheels.
Maybe a little help from the Jeep will do the trick? That seems to be the tactic that they’re going with, but they have to be really careful – one wrong move and that SUV will be on its back instead of just its side. Of course, this kind of thing would happen in the Badlands – kind of hard to flag down a tow truck.
Having a Two-Car Garage Is Great, Isn’t It?
Having a garage that is big enough to store two cars SOUNDS great, but most people know that a whole lot of that space is going to be taken up by things that are not cars. Maybe they’re things like lawnmowers or snow blowers. Maybe they’re things like kid's toys – bikes and ball gear and other fun stuff. Maybe somebody has a little home gym in there to try and get swole.
No matter what it is taking up the space, it’s all too common for one of the family’s cars to be left out in the cold. We’re picking up a couple of clues that this place isn’t used to getting a lot of snow, but even a little bit means you have to dust off practically the entire car.
Insurance Company Is Going to Love This One
While there isn’t actually any damage to the car, the potential is there. The hooves of sheep are known to be sharp and hard, and that kind of material doesn’t go very well with car windows. This vehicle has already gotten a couple of bumps and scrapes during its lifetime, but it’s an old enough vehicle that the damage could be from almost anything.
Just because there’s a sheep in this picture doesn’t mean that it was a sheep that made that dent in the bumper. Then again, that bumper does seem to be at sheep-skull height, and you know how much some barnyard animals love to butt heads with other things. Anyway, this car is the kind of thing that has been sitting in the grass for a long time in case somebody needs a ride.
Letting the Whole World Know
Ever see a car that’s been banged up and wonder what happened? This guy decided he would create what’s called a “teachable moment,” as they call it, by using a bunch of electrician tape to tell everyone what happened. Yeah, look, there’s a reason people really don’t want you to use your phone while you’re driving because this kind of thing happens a lot.
Even a quick text means you have a chance to goof up and hit someone else’s car. And let’s not even talk about talking on the phone, something that is shown to increase your chances of getting into a traffic collision by quite a lot. You might be seeing a lot of billboards telling you to put the phone away – there’s a good reason for that.