This witty commercial is the work of ad agency Publicis Helsinki and their client, the Ministry of Transport and Communications of Finland. In the TV commercial humans and dummies have swapped places in order to show that even a dummy is aware that the use of seatbelts significantly reduce your chances of being seriously injured or knock on wood, dying in case of an accident. It’s not a matter of being a law abiding citizen, it’s a matter of living or dying. Simple as that.
This firefighters who came upon this strange incident by chance probably had the scare of their life until they contained it.
Based on the Trail Boss Z71, it can be upgraded to 705 HP and starts at $375,000, donor truck included.
The Uber driver gave a ride to a man who had just robbed a gas station with a pair of scissors.
The Universo Ferrari event will allow visitors to see the company’s best road and race cars of all time.
The new 2020 Mercedes-AMG GLC 43 4Matic features a twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6.
Tired of fighting the Germans head-on, Cadillac’s CT5 looks like a bargain.
Senner has made this 640i Convertible more powerful than its 8-Series counterpart.
Tech needs to be improved, regulation put in place and the public must trust them – and that will take time.
The upcoming model could be a replacement for the Elise, Exige or Evora.
Alpina couldn’t justify the complexity and cost involved in making its own version of the Mini.