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We cannot tell a lie, not all car commercials are created equal. So by TACH
Presidental decree we've got a fresh batch of the world's funniest car and
auto-related television commercials for your holiday amusement.
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How To Park Not! Funny Sexy Commercial 2012 Dutch TV Ad - Carjam TV Car Show HD
Carjam Car Radio Show -- RTE Radio 1 -- A Car Show About People
A self-parking system is an autopilot technology for automobiles that
allows a car to park itself. It is available on some Lexus, Toyota and Ford
The basic components of such a system are a rear-mounted camera,
servo-motors for turning the steering column and activating brakes, and a
micro-computer based control system to perform the parking maneuver.
Self-parking technology is mostly used in parallel parking situations
(although BMW has a prototype that parks itself in horizontal spaces, like
small garages). Parallel parking requires cars to park parallel to a curb,
in line with the other parked cars. Most people need about six feet more
space than the total length of their car to successfully parallel park,
although some expert drivers can do it with less space.
To parallel park, the driver must follow these five basic steps:
He pulls ahead of the space and stops beside the car in front of it.
Turning the car's wheels towards the curb, he backs into the space at
around a 45-degree angle.
When his front wheels are even with the rear wheels of the car in front
of him, he straightens them and continues backing up.
While checking his rear view to be sure that he doesn't come too close
to the car behind him, the driver turns his wheels away from the curb to
swing the front end of his car into the space.
Finally, the driver pulls forward and backwards in the space until his
car is about one foot away from the curb.
Self-parking cars currently on the market are not completely autonomous,
but they do make parallel parking much easier. The driver still regulates
the speed of the vehicle by pressing and releasing the brake pedal (the
car's idle speed is enough to move it into the parking space without
pressing the gas pedal). Once the process begins, the on-board computer
system take over the steering wheel.
The car moves forward into position beside the front car, and a signal lets
the driver know when he should stop. Then the driver shifts the car into
reverse and releases the brake slightly to begin moving backward. Using the
power steering system, the computer turns the wheel and perfectly maneuvers
the car into the parking space. When the car has backed far enough into the
space, another signal lets the driver know that he should stop and shift
the car into drive. The car pulls forward as the wheels adjust to maneuver
it into the space. A final signal (on the British Toyota Prius, it's a
female voice that intones, "The assist is finished.") tells the driver when
parking is complete.
On the British Toyota Prius, a large computer screen mounted on the
dashboard gives the driver notifications such as when to stop, when to
shift into reverse, and when to slowly ease off the brake to move the car
into the parking spot.
Different self-parking systems have different ways of sensing the objects
around the car. Some have sensors distributed around the front and rear
bumpers of the car, which act as both transmitters and receivers. These
sensors transmit signals, which bounce off objects around the car and
reflect back to them. The car's computer then uses the amount of time that
it takes those signals to return to calculate the location of the objects.
Others systems have cameras mounted onto the bumpers or use radar to detect
objects. The end result is the same: the car detects the other parked cars,
the size of the parking space and the distance to the curb, then steers it
into the space.
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FUNNY Audi R8 commercial - cool Audi ad - "The hostage"
Funny Audi R8 commercial. The über cool Audi R8 ends up being in caught in
a tight place in this twisted Audi ad.
Check out the alternate edit (B) -- follow this link:
This upload-instance of "Audi ad - "The Hostage" is the original upload
from the spot premiere in 2008. This spot was written for Youtube as a
creative showcase for the writer and uploader: Ole Caspersen (Youtube
profile-name: ScaryFaze). The spot never ran on tv. The music is a bespoke
composition written for this test-spot only with full commercial release
for monetization. The spot was approved by Audi Denmark releasing creative
and commercial rights for the writer as a monetizable showcase for Youtube.
The R8 in the spot was provided by Audi Denmark. All actors, film crew
members, editors and musicians participated voluntarily with full
commercial release. The music was recorded for and published solely with
this test-spot with full commercial release and it does not exist on any
record label or in any music store. This is the original upload. Please
forward any commercial rights questions to ole(a)caspersen.dk (writer and
publisher of this test-spot).
Director Anders Twin Twin.
This spot is monetized elsewhere on Youtube -- instances uploaded by others
on Youtube can be shown and monetized only if the filmclip or the "About"
include a direct link to this original upload.
-- Ole Caspersen, Feb. 13th 2013
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DANGEROUS WOMAN DRIVER!.Irish style
Dummy in the black mini deserves to be crushed by this tipper after she
pulls infront of him while slamming on the brakes.....Im not tail gating
the truck either for those that say i am....
Stupid truck driver,
Truck driver ran right throu stop sign and had to brake hard.
did not look and was on the other side of the road at the stop sign.
Honking at the Police
We were all frustrated, but the SCHP gave the drunken pedestrians 30
minutes to cross. I should've taken a nap.
Drag Racing Nitro Nostalgia Funny Cars March Meet 2009
http://www.DragRacingTV.com/blog/ Drag racing video from the 2009 March
Meet, Nitro Nostalgia Funny Car class. This is the second round of
qualifying, from the first event on the NHRA Heritage Series drag racing
This video was shot in high definition, with surround sound audio that you
can hear even on Youtube, as long as your computer is hooked up to a Dolby
Here are drag racing videos of all of the rounds. Because there were so
many funny cars in attendance, there were two seperate eight-car fields in
the elimination rounds:
NOSTALGIA FUNNY CAR ELIMINATIONS:
NOSTALGIA FUNNY CAR ELIMS, CONSOLATION BRACKET:
NITRO NOSTALGIA FUNNY CAR QUALIFYING:
2013 March Meet Top Fuel & Funny Car
CAUTION:DO NOT TURN THE BEGINNING UP...IT IS SUPPOSED TO BE QUIET.
The World Famous Smokers March Meet from Bakersfield California March 7th
thru 10th, 2013.
3:47 Funny Car Qualifying Highlights
7:56 Top Fuel Qualifying Highlights
12:25 1st Round Funny Car
26:36 1st Round Top Fuel
38:13 2nd Round Funny Car
44:03 2nd Round Top Fuel
48:50 Semi Finals Funny Car
53:00 Semi Finals Top Fuel
56:41 Final Rounds
57:08 Funny Car
59:10 Top Fuel
1:01:45 Winner's Circle
The intro Audio is from "Big Sounds of the Drags 2001". The first speaker
is Tom Jobe of The Surfer's AAFD fame followed by "Wild Bill" Alexander's
interview after winning Top Fuel at the 2000 March Meet. The Top Fuel
segment has Jon Lundberg track commentary "Camelot, Top Fuel Style."
The Funny Car segment is narrated by Steve Evans.
Song: The Great Advance
Artist: Francis Monkman
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