This evasive maneuver test has been performed in Sweden since the 1970s, but what is it, exactly? Why is it called the Moose Test?
Rolling coal started when people with big diesel trucks held contests to see whose truck could pull the heaviest weight for the longest distance; however, for the most part, this crowd kept to themselves and contained their hobby to organized events. Now, it's a trend we see on the public streets.
Spreading across 5m square meters, the Hyundai Ulsan plant employs over 34,000 people to produce around 5,600 vehicles per day. It even has its own port for shipping! Listen in to learn more.
Did you know Dale Earnhardt, Jr. turned his backyard into a graveyard? Not for people, of course...
Join Scott and Ben as they recount their first cars (with some help from their coworkers).
Tune in to learn the history of the Bathurst 1000 race and the Mount Panorama Circuit in Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia.
This is the story of Prince Jefri’s car collection (he’s the third brother of the Sultan of Brunei). Literally thousands of rare and collectable cars have been left to decay due to lack of maintenance, neglect and improper storage. A few have been sold to collectors, but most of the cars remain in storage and will likely be there until they “die and then rot into oblivion.”
It's time for a truck episode, and the guys are pulling out all the stops with dozens of little-known facts, trivia and more. Tune in to hear more about everything truck-related.
In 1964, collector Fritz Schlumpf (of France) bought 30 Bugattis -- the largest collection in the U.S. at the time -- from John W. Shakespeare (of Illinois) and had them shipped to Europe. Schlumpf reportedly carried a whip to keep curious onlookers away from the valuable cars as they arrived.
While it might sound like an extremely easy escape (for example, "just open the door and swim"), the real answer might not be as simple. Listen in to learn more.