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Asphalt Battles: Cars VS Bikes

The war between cyclists and cars rages on as the “Green Revolution” continues putting more and more bikes on the road. Big cities are used to absent-minded cyclists and delivery boys nearly taking out cross walkers and scratching the sides of cars. Bike sharing compounds the problem, giving novice pedal pushers easy access to a 3-speed so they can run red lights and ride in the opposite direction on one-way streets.

bike-on-road Cyclists don’t deserve all the blame. What about jaywalking pedestrians and drivers that don’t check their blind spot before turning? No one is innocent. The truth is, there is space on the road for everyone, but if no one wants to follow the rules of the road, paths are bound to cross. [keep reading]

Craziest crashes ever filmed (in GIFs)

Humans and heavy machinery have always suffered a love/hate relationship. Lucky for us, that relationship has been caught on film since the early 1900’s.

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This train crash above is from Buster Keaton’s 1926 classic, The General, is the most expensive scene in the history from the silent movie-era. The car fails below were all shot for free, courtesy of smartphones, GoPros and dash cams. [keep reading]

Snowtober strikes the Northeast

Snowtober Noreaster Car Accident Image Mojo MotorsThe nor’easter storm that hit New England over the weekend has officially ruined Halloween 2011, left millions of people powerless, millions more cold and a whole lot of damage. It’s like Hurricane Irene all over again but instead of rain and wind, it was snow, wind and ice. Some lucky cars made it out of Snowtober alive and some cars didn’t. If you happen to find your car under a tree limb, perhaps it’s time you think about buying a used car from Mojo Motors. If you happen to be the driver of the car in the photo to the right, however, perhaps it’s time you turn in your license and give up on driving indefinitely.

Make the jump to see some of the other unfortunate automobile victims of Snowtober.

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