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If you’re looking for a cheap way to get from place to place at home or abroad, BusBud can guide you to affordable bus tickets for your next trip in close to 10,000 cities in 81 different countries. Whether you need to get across the county, or you want a way to explore a new land, they have you covered.
The Crashed Car Showroom is a temporary storefront in Sydney conceived by the NRMA Insurance Research Centre. As its name implies, it’s dedicated to road safety and the dangers of driving via an assortment of technological displays — including a crash test dummy simulator that straps you into a hydraulic car while wearing an Oculus Rift VR headset. Read on for a tour of the showroom floor.
If you’re stuck in a sinking car, or outside your car and desperately need to get inside, you have plenty of ways to break that window, but one of the best might be right there in your car anyway — a simple sparkplug will do the trick with ease. This video from National Geographic shows you how it works.