Many people struggle just backing up into a parking space. And they have a backup camera. But this FedEx truck driver is a true pro. Not only can he back up his truck perfectly, but he can perform the move while turning into an extremely narrow garage door.
Viewers in general are confused by this clip. Why, at the last moment before a train loudly blasting its horn, would this truck driver attempt to cross the train tracks? Thankfully, the train conductor was OK.
In the movies, jumping onto a moving car is no big deal. But in real life it can be extremely dangerous, even if the car isn’t moving that fast. Nebraska police were called because of a semi-truck driving erratically. During the chase, Madison County Deputy Todd Volk pulled up beside the truck and saw the driver didn’t look well. Realizing something was terribly wrong, he sped ahead, got out of his cruiser, and had just enough time to literally jump onto the side of the truck door and open it.
Thankfully, he was able to hit the brakes, and saved the life of the driver who was having a diabetic reaction. The entire scene was captured one a police cruiser’s dash camera.
Most of us detest getting stuck in traffic, but when compared with other countries we should really count our blessings. Traffic can get seriously crazy in countries like India, China, and Russia. This brand new dash camera video demonstrates just how hardcore traffic can get in Russia. In stop and go traffic, a semi-truck was going a bit too fast when the minivan in front came to a complete stop. Amazingly, the driver was able to swerve around the stopped van and avoid the 5 other surrounding cars with no damage to anyone. Phew! This clip has instantly gone viral with over 400,000 new views!
Almost one person dies every hour in Argentina from a traffic accident. This usually occurs when someone tries to pass the car in front of them on a two way road. To battle this epidemic, Samsung of Argentina devised a genius solution: a semi-truck that projects oncoming traffic onto the rear of the truck so motorists can see when it is safe to overtake. This video has gone viral with over 1.5 million views!