• Dean Elhard Posted: 3/10/2010 2:22pm PST

    Well, It was a "short run in Canada five years ago" if you only consider the first season (which the link refers to on Wikipedia) and ignore the next 4 seasons...

  • Nixon Posted: 3/10/2010 3:19pm PST

    Ummm if i sent my wife to compete I "win" seeing my car get totaled?

  • Eric Berlin Posted: 3/10/2010 3:35pm PST

    I'm a sucker for competition-based reality shows, so I would definitely check this out. The format seems like it could be entertaining, but it's all about casting and editing from there.

  • Edward Posted: 3/10/2010 3:52pm PST

    Sounds like a nail-biter where you know sheetmetal's going to get twisted; you just don't know which vehicle and how. I like shows that celebrate inability.

  • Cohorts Posted: 3/10/2010 4:22pm PST

    The worst sin: Cluelessness. No awareness of what's happening around the idiot driver as s/he hurtles at 75 mph in a two-ton potential death machine. No idea there's are three rear-view mirrors. Or a speedometer. Or that the important thing to watch is AHEAD and not to the side, or to the passenger, or to the kids in back.
    Other countries make it much, MUCH harder to get a license. It's a privilege, not a right. But just imagine the squeals if we actually tried to enforce some semblence of KNOWLEDGE before you actually got the license to aim a motor vehicle at anything valuable ... why, it'd be COMMUNISM!!!

  • Alfred James Posted: 3/10/2010 4:30pm PST

    My friend is a good driver but driving with him is intolerable as he cusses out everyone that comes even close to cutting him off or does something mildly dumb. Some people really just need to chill out and learn to tolerate other horrible drivers because they aren't leaving the roads any time soon.

  • Damien Thomas Posted: 3/10/2010 5:26pm PST

    We had a similar show to this in my town. Let me just say: it got old really fast.

  • Tom Posted: 3/10/2010 6:27pm PST

    So nominating my wife:
    7 accidents in a 2-year span (not counting stationary objects-her own words)
    2 cars burned up on I75 after going 60k+ miles without an oil change
    Most recent incident was this January when she bounced off one curb with enough force to slide across the icy road and bounce of the other curb. She then drove on the highway into work with the wheels cambered inward and called stating the car was handling a little "funny." She bent the wheels and tie rods.

  • Justin Posted: 3/13/2010 10:46am PST

    When vechiles get destroyed, will the people get re-embersed the value or even the note value of said vechile? It is not like every town/city in america has public transportation.

  • Grider Posted: 3/15/2010 12:06pm PDT

    I see nothing of the deaths of folks due to bad driving. My opinion, people think so high of themselves they have NO regard for anyone on the road at all. So first is PRIDE- 2, DISOBEDIENCE- to posted laws, speed limits, drink and driving , etc and 3- IGNORANCE, they have no clue how to driver properly- I suggest a motorcyccle course for all drivers every 5 years.

  • ADRIAN HARRIS Posted: 3/16/2010 2:25pm PDT

    DRIVERS THAT ARE LESS THAN 36 INCHES OFF YOUR BUMPER AFTER SPEEDING TO THIS POSITION. YOU OUGHT TO SEE HOW THEY APPROACH IN A REAR VIEW MIRROR. IT'S LIKE, OUT OF A SUSPENCE MOVIE. THEY ARE FLYING WHEN THEY DRIVE UP BEHIND YOU. THEN THEY TRY TO PUSH YOU TO DRIVE FASTER. ONLY YOU ARE IN A 35 MILE PER HOUR SPEED ZONE. I'M IN GEORGIA. NO, I DON'T LIVE ANYWHERE AROUND ATLANTA.