Russian tire explodes

Russia ! ( where else? )

This is the terrifying moment a huge tire from a lorry gets blasted up in the air and falls back to earth to destroy a car because bungling workers started inflating it and forgot about it.

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+4 1. ringmaster commented 3 years ago

Hope that doesn't happen to certain toys.
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+7 2. Burimi commented 3 years ago

Russian tire?

Maybe the tire is produced in China, Japan or Germany.

Title should be: Tire explodes in Russia!
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+5 3. lolotbtc commented 3 years ago

Not the good tire size for this car !!! :P
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+2 4. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

#2 No, not Germany, my dear! ;) :*
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+3 5. MattOversky commented 3 years ago

Tire from OAO «Nizhnekamskshina»
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+1 6. torbengb commented 3 years ago

Holy hell that wheel was a whole lot bigger than it seemed at first 8-)
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+1 7. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

Good thing, no one sat in that car :O
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0 8. buckleg08 commented 1 year ago

still russia...:P
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0 9. Judge-Jake commented 1 year ago

I think they need to redesign cars so that they can withstand an impact from a Russian tyre from above. :D By the way in the UK we call them TYRES not TIRES you know the proper English spelling. 8-)