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Have you ever wished your car had its own umbrella?

This is basically that

Transcript: The Lanmodo is used for vehicle protection. Made with tough materials like fiberglass, it can cover just about any car. It's approximately 11 x 7 feet. You can deploy the tent with one click using a wireless remote. It takes about 30 seconds to set up and 8 seconds to open or close. A one-time charge can last up to 45 days. Lanmodo can transform into a beach or yard umbrella with a separate camping stand. The car tent costs $399. Learn more at lanmodo.com.

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Life-Size Ferrari F1 car from Lego bricks

You can watch Lego employees bring the car together from its development and planning stages all the way through construction.

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AeroMobil 3.0 Flying Car | Autoblog Minute

AeroMobil created the AeroMobil 3.0 flying car.

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Nissan's Note EV Cannot Be Plugged In | Autoblog Minute

The new Nissan Note is the latest hybrid using a gas powered generator. Except the Note cannot be plugged in.

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Toddler refuses to go quietly into that good car seat

Rage, rage against the buckling of the belt.

A reporter on Fox 29 Philadelphia couldn't keep a straight face after a toddler put up an epic fuss during a live segment on child car seats last week.

Alaskan town's car-launching games are better than fireworks

Four vehicles, a mountain, 550 pounds of chicken, beef, and pork. God bless America.

Yes, launching cars off a mountaintop is exactly as much fun as it sounds.

Man charges car into deep water, immediately regrets it

A driver in England immediately regretted his decision to charge into the waters of a flooded street, becoming stranded in the process.

This is why you should never drive onto a flooded road

This video illustrates the perils of driving in a flood.

McLaren uses 20-year-old laptops on its first supercar

McLaren relies on a roughly 20-year-old laptop, a variant of Compaq's LTE 5280, to maintain its classic F1 supercar.

Toyota's data-focused company aims to make cars smarter

The automaker plans to develop "predictive, contextual, and intuitive services" that aim to making the technology you use while driving less intrusive.

Ford hopes you'll watch movies in self-driving cars

Kick your vehicle into self-driving mode and a projector system could swing into action, complete with its own screen.

Driver confesses on camera to fatal drunk driving crash

A Los Angeles man made a startling confession on camera on the morning of February 23.

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Tornado Takes Car for a Spin in Florida | Autoblog Minute

Cell phone footage posted this week shows a Tornado lifting and spinning a car on a highway in Coconut Creek, Florida. A Facebook user catches just a glimpse of the scary scene but when we slow the video down we’re able to see the strong winds wreaking havoc.

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Roadkill Discovered in Restaurant | Autoblog Minute

In a bizarre story from North Carolina a woman filmed a known Chinese food delivery vehicle gathering up a dead deer on the side of the road over the weekend. She then followed as the driver took the roadkill directly to the kitchen door of the restaurant

Whac-A-Mole inventor films train crashing into Honda Accord

Two men in Florida barely escaped with their lives last weekend after a their Honda Accord became accidentally stuck on a set of train tracks.

Car thieves accidentally kidnap boy, drop him off at school

A woman in Virginia experienced a mother's worst nightmare when her car was stolen with her young son inside.

Man ignites gas pump trying to kill a spider

A man in Michigan became the butt of many jokes after he lit a gas pump on fire while trying to kill a spider last week.

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