We've all had Mr. Boom Boom pull up next to us at a stop light and annoy the heck out of us. Thank God he didn't know about this sound system, it could knock the phone out of my hand while I was trying to drive.
Imagine yourself jumping into your car for a quick run to the supermarket. As you approach your first stop sign, with the sun shining on your face and some fine tunes on the radio, you realize that your brakes aren't arresting your forward movement, but actually accelerating it. Eventually, your car reaches 125 mph - and then remains there - for an hour.
As the days of buying cheap gasoline pass into the American history books, more and more of us are driving fuel-efficient vehicles as a means to combat those steadily rising gas prices.
That is, unless you happen to have enough money to not give three screaming squirts about how much gas prices go up...
You can't take it with you. Isn't that the expression people always use when they want your stuff after you drop dead? Mr. Allen Swift knew he couldn't take his 1928 Rolls-Royce Piccadilly P1 Roadster with him to the afterlife, but he made sure it was well taken care of after they tossed him into the ground.
Remember that time you got super drunk, duct taped couch cushions to your body and smashed into things around the house like a human pinball? You don't? Well you were super drunk so that doesn't shock us.
Chrysler recently announced that the company is recalling nearly 745,000 Jeep sport utility vehicles across the continental United States to repair an issue that could possibly lead to the involuntary deployment of the airbags.
This is a story of love between a man and a car he never knew and the woman who knows him so well and loved him with her very last breath. If you believe in love you will share this incredible gift with the people that you love the most.