It beats scraping 7,000 icy cars.
It's not the first time Nissan fitted tracks onto a Juke.
It's an automotive fact: Every driver, sooner or later, gets stuck in snow, even the Boston Police. But who better to rescue them than Elsa, the star of Disney's "Frozen." She does, after all, have the magical ability to manipulate ice and snow, as demonstrated in this viral video posted Tuesday night, when the latest nor'easter hit the East Coast. South Boston got 16 inches of snow in the latest dump.
Is it a Supra or a DeLorean? Or something different entirely?
Collectors are even scouring Google Earth for rusting versions that can command north of $100,000 fully restored.
Something something Donner Pass something cannibalism something something...
The Northeast is getting a big winter storm.
A Ford Mustang became stuck in the snow on a Portland railway crossing and would have met the business end of a train if it wasn't for some Good Samaritans.
No matter how big your vehicle is, slow down for snow.
A video of Cleveland area firefighters putting out a car fire during a raging snowstorm last weekend highlights largely unknown fire dangers for motorists.
A man and his wife got a nasty, wintry surprise this week when a chunk of snow fell from a semitrailer and shattered their car's windshield on a Canadian freeway.
Without fail, the first snow of the season takes drivers completely by surprise.
Winter weather can make driving difficult.