50 of the Craziest Things You'll Ever See on the Road

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Are you ready for the craziest ride of your life? With this list of fifty of the craziest things you’ll ever see on the road, you’re sure to see something that will have you in stiches. From dogs on motorcycles to dinosaurs on the street, this list contains everything you never thought you’d see! Without further ado, let’s dive right into the madness.

Bus in Disguise

In England, it’s perfectly natural for trains to drive on the roadway. Apparently, the Parliament decided there was no harm. I mean, they already drive on the wrong side of the road, so what could be worse? In seriousness, though, I hope this bus driver can get it figured out. It seems like all the traffic’s finally getting to him.

My Little Hobby

What you can’t see in the photo is the passenger in the back. Meet Frank, the world’s most celebrated Uber driver. With a full two weeks’ experience working as a driver and full-time radio, Frank offers a ride home like no other. Relax with a little bit of saxophone or up the danger a notch by asking him to play his guitar.

Run Away

Don’t mind me, but I think someone forgot something important at the gas pump. I just hope they’re not dragging the gas pump with them. But, hey, it’s understandable. We’re all trying to find ways to save on gas. Maybe not this way, but… to each his own. This is a judge-free zone. I’m just wondering how the driver’s gotten this far.

The Devil

I don’t know what evil genius drives this vehicle, but I sure am terrified. It looks like the car of every ex-girlfriend I’ve ever had… You surely don’t want this to pull up outside your house in the middle of the night. If we’re being honest, though, you probably do need some sense of humor to drive this thing.

Carry-on

There’s nothing worth risking your life over quite like a 46” Hisen TV. With HD picture quality and smart home compatibility options, this television is worth all the damage a scooter-ride home can incur. Let’s be honest, though. If this man makes it back home, he deserves some type of medal. But why do I get the feeling this isn’t his first time doing this?

Giant Minion

It seems like Gru is up to no good again. I don’t know exactly what his end game is here, but now seems like the time to act. I mean, what’s more terrifying than a giant minion? Well, actually, I can think of several things. Still, I don’t like the way this one’s smiling. And where did it come from anyway?

From Animation to Reality

I don’t know what the gang’s up to this time, but I’m rooting for them. Maybe they can do something about that giant minion in the road. Or perhaps Disney is just prepping for Toy Story 4. If that’s the case, I’ve just gotten a first-hand view. But wait… how is Woody actually moving? I’ve got to get out of here!

Speeding Ticket

“What do you mean I was swerving in and out of lanes? No, I wasn’t drinking any formula! Is this something I’ll have to tell Grandma about? I don’t think she’ll be very happy about this. No, I won’t take a breathalyzer! This is outrageous! What? You mean my punishment is hugs and kisses? Well, that doesn’t sound too bad…”

Ordinary Lunch

They say this is actually the stage for the world’s most-high stakes poker game. Can you hold down your chips while going eighty on the freeway? Get ready for a bumpy ride! The first one overboard loses… Seriously, though. I just want to know who took the picture. Who knows? This may be the world’s first true highway photoshoot.

Into the Road

“Nothing out of the ordinary here. After I get done rolling through this wet concrete, I plan on jumping a few potholes and driving the wrong way down a few one-way streets. Hopefully there are a few stop signs I can ignore. If I’m really good, maybe I’ll even get a shot at the old lady crossing the street.”

Watch the Drawing

I can’t really blame them. I mean, they road looks pretty real… if you’re a cartoon, I mean. I guess the driver missed the Road Runner on the side, but at least they’ve done the public a service. I just hope they’re the only ones who’ve made this mistake. Who knows how many people smashed into this wall before it was repainted?

The Passenger

Finally, someone who actually gets what those little side cars are actually made for! It appears this isn’t Spot’s first ride, either. He looks more natural in his getup than most bikers… which is saying something. You’ve got to wonder where they’re headed. Perhaps a trip to the local Petsmart? Or maybe Spot just doesn’t like walks.

Tickle War

I’m going to ignore the fact that her last name is Pigg and simply focus on the fact that she probably helped this older gentleman fulfill one of his life long fetishes… I mean wishes. What biker doesn’t want to tickle perfectly-manicured feet while driving down the highway? A recent Gallup poll reveals the number is zero.

Watch Out

This is either poorly-done commissioned work or street art gone right. If it’s the former, it might help explain why the road is in need of some serious repairs. They say that anyone who passes under this tunnel of death is never seen again… At least not on this road because no one wants to stay in this shady area more than they need to.

The Whole Gang

You don’t even have to look at the bumper to know this person’s a little kooky. To be honest, I’m still trying to make out what exactly is going on. It looks like a drug-induced tea party for creepy toys, but I guess one man’s goosebumps are another man’s fine art. I just wonder what the right side of the truck looks like.

Queen Rocks

We all enjoy a good pun. It seems like the driver of this truck could have excelled in a different role. Perhaps a career in marketing would have been better. Then we could get even more excellent Queen car decals. Here’s my favorite: a hearse that says, “Another one bites the dust.” Who knows? Maybe we’ll see it one day.

E.T Phone Home

I must admit—I kind of thought the alien invasion would look a little more fearsome. Instead, it looks like our extraterrestrial friends need a tow truck. At least they’re following traffic laws. Legend says they were actually headed for Planet Z light years away. Imagine their disappointment getting stuck here. Oh, well, they’ll fit right in at Walmart.

Got the Message?

What can I say? It’s true. Still, it seems someone is a little too passionate about his job. I can’t recall anyone not liking trucks, at least not off the top of my head. I wonder how much flack this driver’s taken about his job. Maybe he just wants to sound macho. Whatever the case, I can’t disagree.

Pokemon Go!

Pikachu, I choose you! Weaboo alert. It’s all but guaranteed the driver of this vehicle owns about thirty anime figurine and thousands of manga. But, it’s okay, I don’t judge. There’s nothing wrong with a public display of love. In fact, we should all dare to express ourselves the same way. Quick, someone paint my car like the Batmobile!

Rolling Star

This is what happens when you let your three-year-old choose your rims. Now you’ve ended up with a skinny Patrick Star and are in dire need of a total respray. I’m sure that tire will look amazing going 80 miles down the highway. Let’s just hope all four wheels are decked out, or this could be a real disaster.

I'll be Here Waiting

“She said tonight was the night. Man, homegirl plays too much. I can’t believe I’m sitting here popping bubbles when I could be popping… Well, whatever. At least I’ve got my bubble wrap.” Unfortunately, this driver has the look. You know, the one you only get when your girl shoots you down. Oh well, bud, better luck next time.

Snacks Anyone?

I must admit: I’m not sure what I’m looking at it. At first, I was drawn to the bowl of peppers, but now I’m thinking this was just an excellent decoy. Why doesn’t that car have a license plate? And why is it stopped on the side of the road? I guess some questions are simply left unanswered.

Anything For The Job

We’re either looking at a hard-working man or a murder victim. I’m not sure which. What does seem sure is that the guy in the hardhat cares a little too much. And what’s that sledge hammer doing there? Nothing about this picture seems right. I’m beginning to feel uncomfortable. Quick! Pedal to the metal—now!

Mirror, Mirror

I’m accepting volunteers to drive me to my new house. Applicants must be able to drive a scooter with heavy-weight wooden furniture digging into their backs. Risks involve traffic tickets, overturning vehicles, and death by squishing. Helmets are required, but absolutely no other form of protective gear is necessary. If interested, please give me a call at 1-800-ohpleasehelpmeimdesperate.

On the Road

Hey, I’m not going to judge. This is actually a great business strategy. Setting aside the legality, who doesn’t want to do business in the middle of stopped traffic? Making money is all about using your head. I mean, how can the police get you if you’re surrounded by dead-locked traffic? And with business like this, who even cares?

Backseat Rider

Pay no attention to the llama on your left. It’s just an illusion, a hallucination brought about by your exhaustion. In fact, you’re not fit to drive right now. Pull over at the nearest hotel and get some rest. There’s absolutely no way that muzzled llama next to your vehicle is real. Still, I’m going to need you to forget everything you just saw.

What Happened to Buffy?

Too bad they didn’t put a phone number. I’ve been meaning to do something about the vampires in my area. It’s always better to use a professional, however. In all seriousness, I wonder just what the driver is doing with all those spikes. I can’t think of any good reason to ride around like that. Unless, of course, he’s serious.

Important Message

This wasn’t an accident. It was actually a genius marketing strategy designed to show everyone the truth of their cliched slogan. It certainly worked. I do wonder, however, how much they must have paid the driver to slam into the overpass. Whatever the case, the message is clear: there are no shortcuts, especially if you’re driving a big rig.

Tiny Companion

Man, what a steal. We all wish we had a babe like that on our motorcycles… if we had motorcycles. In all seriousness, I’ve never seen anything quite so sad. Having Barbie on the back of your ride does little to convince anyone they should be there instead. To each his own, sure, but I’m not so sure this is a winning strategy.

Father and Son

Precious cargo! Commuters should take care not to get too close to this heavy load. I can only imagine how full this trucker’s cab must be to put this little guy on the back. Who knows? Maybe he’s got a sense of humor. Or perhaps it’s a sweet gift for a son at home. As they say, like father, like son.

That's Right!

Okay, this got me. I can only wonder how many complaints this traffic crew got before unveiling this sign. Even with a bit of shade thrown their way, I’m sure the commuters on this road were happy to know the roadwork was complete. I doubt this sign was up too long, but it sure left its mark.

How Did The Chicken Cross The Road?

We’re all thinking the same thing. Unfortunately, this photo tells us nothing new. All we know is that the chicken is crossing the road to reach an unmarked location. I have my own theory. If you pan the camera a little to the right, you’ll find a KFC… or what’s left of one. This bird’s walking with suspicious swagger.

What Do You Mean?

Talk about mixed signals. Sometimes in life, there’s no right answer. In those times, I love pulling out my phone on the freeway to make a tricky situation even more dangerous. Should I keep left and follow this truck I clearly shouldn’t follow, or swerve off the road for being on my phone? The choices are endless.

Snow On Me

There’s nothing like a breath of fresh air. Speeding down an ice-covered highway with the top down, fighting back frost bite as a blizzard blows through your hair. In case you weren’t aware, this is a sensation unlike any other you’ve ever experienced. We suspect that this driver’s next impressive feat is to swim the artic naked—but, hey, what do we know?

Too Tall

What’s better than being good-looking and rich? To be honest, not much. That’s probably why this guy looks so happy. Still, I don’t know if I’d be so thrilled if my head poked out of the top of my convertible. Jealousy? Maybe, but that’s quite a breeze. One has to wonder if he could even ride with the top up.

Learning From Experience

There’s a time and a place to be snarky. It’s safe to say that if an officer is taking a picture of your vehicle, it’s the wrong time and the wrong place. Still, this picture is actually pretty hilarious. This policeman took the perfect photograph, and it’s likely he didn’t even know he was photobombing himself.

Mobile Living Room

Don’t hate him because you ain’t him. Who doesn’t want to ride down the road in a recliner? I know I do, even if just once. You’ve got to admit: Grandpa’s got some skills. It takes a lot to rig up an automobile of this caliber, so props to him. Maybe next he’ll even add a passenger seat.

Chilling In The Back

There’s a list of things I don’t want to see on the back of a pickup truck, and both of these individuals are on it. Unless this is for Halloween, it’s a pretty disturbing ride. Still, it’s worth watching to see who they pick up next. Perhaps the party won’t start until Pennywise and Freddy join.

How Did You Get Here?

The Simpsons has been around so long, that it’s almost not surprising to see this. If you’ve followed the show for the last thirty or so years, it’s nearly hard to believe that Homer isn’t real. So, nope, this one’s not surprising. In fact, the most shocking thing about this photo is Marge’s hair, which is obviously too short.

Maximum Capacity

There’s a right way and a wrong way to do things. In case you missed it, this is absolutely the wrong way. Still, if you can move everything in your house in one go, it may be worth it—assuming you don’t crash into anything along the way. I’m just surprised the truck actually made it to the gas station.

Half & Half

I’m not going to lie—that’s expert marketing. Take a ride with the Sheriff to avoid a ride with the, you know, sheriff. I bet this driver is especially busy on the weekends, and for $20 a pop, he probably makes a pretty penny. Now all he needs is a police radio.

Directions on Me

Who needs a GPS when you can have a globe? Travel the world with as little detail as possible! To the driver’s credit, he did get a pretty large piece. And who knows? Maybe this system actually works. I don’t think I’d take any chances with him in the car, however. And the way that globe takes up the whole passenger seat, I don’t think anyone else wants to, either.

Back To The Future

Grandpa’s had this piece longer than you and I have been alive. It’s quite an achievement that it still moves quickly enough to warrant that pair of goggles. I’ve got to admit, I’m a little jealous of the ride—even though you wouldn’t catch me dead with those things over my eyes. But, hey, if it works, it works!

Did You Hear That?

Someone’s out of a job. It seems like a basic part of the job description to know the height of your truck, but perhaps that’s not the case in this part of the world. I wonder how fast you’d have to be going to do that much damage. Whatever the case, I would have loved to see that driver’s walk of shame getting out of that vehicle.

Easy Out

‘MURICA! Nothing screams USA like a minivan with no doors. Unfortunately for the driver, no number of downgrades can make this granny car into a Jeep. Still, I’m impressed with the driver’s decorative abilities. The flag on top is very fitting. I mean, if you’re not free to drive this mess, are you really free at all?

How To Save Money

You remember elementary school where you’d balance a book on your head while walking? This is kind of like that, only this time you’re balancing a thousand dollar couch and endangering who knows how many lives. I guess the couch won’t move itself, but… is it that hard to call a U-Haul? Here, we’ll dial one for them.

They Are Back

Don’t mind Brutus. Sometimes he gets out of his fence. But don’t worry. As long as you are nowhere around him, he won’t hurt you. We’re thinking about getting him a leash so that he doesn’t get the urge to walk around at night. Until then, you might want to stay away. Oh, yeah, and you probably want to upgrade your home insurance.

And We Like Him Too

I don’t know where this picture was taken, but I know of a few good places that need a similar sign. I guess if showing road fatality statistics doesn’t work, a bit of dry humor will. That’s apparently the hope, anyway. But message taken. I’ll be sure to watch out for all the Bobs next time I’m on the road.

Two in One

I guess if you’re stuck driving that thing, there’s no reason not to pretend you’re driving something else. It doesn’t even have to be a sports car. I’m sure the owner of that Mystery Machine would be just fine with a low-grade Mazda or his grandma’s Buick. And, hey, if people can drive into painted walls, they just might believe they’re riding next to a Corvette.

Get This Ring

YOU SHALL NOT PASS. Apparently, Gandalf’s own threat has come back to haunt him. Afternoon traffic is no joke. It’s certainly worse than powerful magic in dwarf dungeons. We’ve got to give this man a compliment, though. His hair is on point. I’ve never seen a better wizard impersonation. Perhaps he can serve as a double in the next Hobbit movie?

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