The penny tread-checking trick won’t work here. The original poster specified that the vehicle owner had to sign a waiver to release the car back into their care. What’s better, yet—it was clearly pouring rain that day.
Some people like car shopping, but two people took it literally when they drove an Audi through the front doors of the Vaughan Mills shopping mall on February 1, 2023. According to Global News, York Regional Police said the break-and-enter happened after 1 a.m., when two suspects used a stolen black 2011 Audi A4 from Quebec to enter the mall and steal from an electronics store.
Headlights are expensive nowadays—and customers are getting craftier with DIY replacement methods. Illusions are the latest tactic, as a Reddit user posted a DIY repair involving an orange prescription pill bottle zip-tied to the headlamp housing, accompanied by a clear Tupperware container. As long as you stick to driving during the day, you might be in the clear.
A threatening bus advertisement recently went viral for seemingly provoking Virgina, United States, drivers to hit jay-walking pedestrians to “let them learn a lesson.” Fear not, Virginia-based pedestrians; the ad was allegedly first seen on TikTok and is believed to be fake.
Toyota fans of yesteryear often ask themselves: whatever happened to the Previa? Well, to answer their question, people did stuff like this to them. That’s why the Japanese OEM stopped making them. We can’t have anything nice.