Dangerous London Bus Driver LX06EZS
As the cycle lane disappears I fail to head check and take my lane. Of
course the fool driving the bus has no anticipation of the narrowing road
conditions ahead and little awareness of his vehicles size.
Bus Driver Overtaking Rage
for everyone who pissed off when a truck overtaking, near missing you at
the 4-lanes modern highway, watch this, Location : Indonesia
Auction 52 japanese used cars swept away in storm marine ship
A total of 64 cars were aboard cargo ship Astongate traveling from Toyama,
Japan, to Vladivostok, Russia. After the storm hit the ship -- 52 of them
ended up at the bottom of the sea. Whoever bought those cars signed a
document allowing the cargo to be transported on ship's deck at their own
Mercedes bus India speed.mp4
Another scoop - we catch the new Mercedes Three axle or the multi-axle bus
doing crazy speeds of over 125km/h on the Mumbai-Pune expressway!
At 1:50m in the video, u can see the bus take that curve at 130km/h!!
Watch the latest MSRTC B7R bus video at over 120km/h -
Watch two Volvo buses racing at over 125km/h -
Truck Driving With Serious Skill
Flunner is een gratis datingsite voor mensen die op zoek zijn naar nieuwe
This truck driver is on the edge of a mountain and manages to turn his
truck around with minimal problems.
CRAZY BUS DRIVER!!!
Lunatic Bus Driver on wrong side of the Road!!!
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Super Icy Road
This is the road i live on, its the main street headed to a traffic circle,
the snow melted the other day and frooze overnight casuing a night mare to
drivers. Watch as they slide into the intersection almost causing an
accident. Also watch the guy slip and almost throw his coffee!
Song: Roy Ayers - Funk in the Hole
Yeah i know, the music has a strange name but it goes with the video...
After a wonderful tour of Covenant Theological Seminary, the tour bus got
stuck as it was pulling out of the campus. This is one of six brief videos
of the "buscapade".
NYC SoHo WHITEOUT!
Bumper to Bumper!!! One bus is stuck in snow, other bus is trying to help
and push the bus in front with his bumper!!!
The Drive - Glendora Mountain Road / Glendora Ridge Road
This video chronicles a spirited drive over the entire length of Glendora
Mountain Road and Glendora Ridge Road in Angeles National Forest,
California on the afternoon of October 1st, 2011 (http://g.co/maps/sc8b3).
I justified this indulgence under the guise of reaching the Sunset Ridge
Trail for a mountain bike ride. Such is the magic of sport wagons, and the
one in use here is a slightly modified 2004 Mazda 6s. The only editing I
have done to this video, which was filmed in one continuous take, is to
remove footage of backing up and making a U-turn at the ends of Sections 1
and 2, respectively. If you only want to watch part of run, I would suggest
the third section (21:39-28:58) as it is the only time I am driving into
the sun, which makes for more dynamic footage.
00:31 -- 13:57 Glendora Mountain Road (southwest section, heading
northeast/uphill) -- 9.1 miles
13:58 -- 21:38 Glendora Mountain Road (northeast section, heading
northeast/downhill) -- 4.9 miles
21:39 -- 28:58 Glendora Mountain Road (northeast section, heading
southwest/uphill) -- 4.9 miles
28:59 -- 47:49 Glendora Ridge Road (heading east) -- 12 miles
The average speed of the car over the course of the drive was calculated to
be 40 mph, which sounds about right, as I spent the majority of the run in
second gear. There were more than a few opportunities for first gear which
I neglected, and I opted for third even on some of the shorter straights to
give the engine a breather. As it was my first time on GMR and I have yet
to upgrade my brakes (whose limits I did not feel like exploring), this was
not a full-speed, balls-out run; and though I do not expect anyone to be
terribly impressed with the perceived speed of travel in the video, be
aware that it was quite a bit faster than most drivers and passengers
would feel comfortable with. On that note, I would like to include the
disclaimer that this video in no way encourages or condones risky,
dangerous, or stupidly crazy driving behavior, and that the driver in this
case is well-versed in both technical driving techniques and the vehicle
under operation. At no point during the run did I veer out of the
boundaries of my lane except to avoid obstacles large enough to pose a
serious safety risk (bikers, big rocks, etc.). Those discerning few will no
doubt notice the astounding number of skid marks leading off the edge of
the road (sometimes into a cliff) which are evidence of drivers who have
overestimated their skill level and come up tragically short. Driving
should always be considered your most serious responsibility (and,
statistically speaking, there is no arguing it). This holds especially true
for spirited driving, when the safety of those around you must become your
The inspiration for driving this road in particular can be traced to recent
articles in Motor Trend and Inside Line
nd-video.html ); though, to be honest, I have had my eyes on it for quite
some time. I would be remiss not to mention the publications which fuel my
passion for the automotive world and enthusiast driving in general, and I
encourage anyone who enjoyed this video to plumb the depths of the best
automotive journalism has to offer. They are:
Car and Driver -- www.caranddriver.com
Motor Trend -- www.motortrend.com
Inside Line -- www.insideline.com
Concerning the music: All songs are credited below in the order of their
appearance in the video. I did not purchase the rights for these, and I
only employ them in the hope of exposing listeners to some music with which
they might not otherwise be familiar. For those of you who may lament the
absence of harder-rocking riffs, truth be told, my music collection was not
available to me at the time and place this video was made, so I worked with
what I had. Enjoy your exposure to new and unfamiliar sounds =).
Jerry Douglas -- The Best Kept Secret
Jerry Douglas with Bill Frisell -- Lil' Roro
Jerry Douglas with Derek Trucks -- She Makes Me Want to Sing
Jerry Douglas with Sam Bush and Béla Fleck -- Who's Your Uncle
Jerry Douglas -- Ya Ya etc.
Wolfstone -- Zeto
Wolfstone -- Clueless
Wolfstone -- Gillies
The Chieftains -- Chase Around The Windmill
The Chieftains -- Boil The Breakfast Early
If you would like to ride along more of Southern California's
world-renowned scenic driving roads, please like the video and leave an
encouraging comment: I can always use more incentive to spend my days
seeking out new ribbons of tarmac... Until next time, don't forget to enjoy
Road Train going flat-out over a river crossing - Western Australia
Australian Road Train crossing the Fitzroy River (at Fitzroy Crossing) in
outback Western Australia with a load of livestock.
Also to those of you making ignorant comments about what is and what isn't
a road train, look here before commenting: