It's like a reverse-tow. What a helpful guy.
All that white smoke came from the engine of that front white truck. I don't know what was going on, but suspect it was an attempt to push start it. A really bad attempt.
It is not tire smoke, comes too much, too quickly.
Yeah, this is what’s happening here. The guys in the Nissan Navarra ute are getting pushed by the 100 series Landcruiser and trying to clutch start their engine, which is fucked.
You can see the passenger’s arm resting in the front window of the ute. It doesn’t move in reaction to the push from the Landcruiser. They’re expecting the bump.
The steam is coming from the Nissan. The Landcruiser has a bull bar which would protect his radiator from the tow hitch of the Navarra.
Jeremy Clarkson vs James May
That white smoke is burning oil if it’s coming from the front car, which it appears it is. Fuel burns black. That engine is fucked.
God I wish I could do this every day. So many drivers drive 15+ under the speed limit. They need their knee caps blown off, and a good wack to the side of the head with a 600 degree steel beam.
I often joke about doing that with my truck when someone us on their phone doesn't notice the light turned green
Haha you can even see the tiny truck lock up and try to stop. NOPE big truck says GOOO!
Man that makes me scared that somebody is gonna push me some day lol, my car hasn't the best acceleration either...
EUROBEAT INTENSIFIES IN THE DISTANCE
Aussie Aussie Aussie...
i know how this guys feels, i want to do this all the time.
In other news: a driver of a white SUV was shot and killed today...
I don't want to defend the impatient driver who is pushing, but I can understand getting that mad. There are some people are really inconsiderate on the road and drive like there's no one else there. I can't stand people who dilly dally on the road, come to complete stop and make a full 90 degree turn, or people who think they are going to teach me a lesson on the road. Slow drivers are the worst. I mean, if you really don't have any place to be, stay home.