Aquasaurus by Indian artist Jitish Kallat - one of many vehicle/fossil ‘bone sculptures’ that Kallat describes as ‘grotesque, burlesque and arabesque’.
Currently on show at Art Stage Singapore.
An enterprising Russian logging crew uses the torque of their truck’s rear wheel to load logs.
Clearance can be a real challenge for a truck driver. Especially inexperienced drivers of rental box trucks seem to be quite oblivious to the warning signs and flashing “overheight” warning lights at this railroad trestle in Durham, NC. So frequently do trucks crash into the 11-foot-8 clearance trestle, that the railroad company installed a crash beam in front of it. This massive steel I-beam bears the brunt of the impact, protecting the structure that supports this fairly busy railroad track. Believe it or not – they already had to replace the beam once!
Tom Murphy tweetz:
What. The. F**k? Thats a jeep on a truck, on a truck, on a truck. Being *towed* … by a truck. In Coolock Friday evening.
Claes Nilsson, boss of Volvo Trucks demonstrates the robustness of the new Volvo FMX in Gothenburg harbour.
Apparently, all is as it seems without any camera trickery.
The gory and delicious aftermath of an accident where a truck carrying thousands of bottles of ketchup crashed on Interstate 80 near Reno, Nevada last Thursday.
“I have red everywhere on the highway,” said Sgt. Janay Sherven with the Nevada Highway Patrol. “No bodies, no people, just ketchup.” There were no injuries in the accident, which happened when the driver of the semi-truck likely overcorrected to avoid another car while traveling eastbound, she said.