For those absolutely stupid things that you see people bring, roll, or toss into your place of business and the people that bring them in.
We are dedicated to presenting and discussing the odd, unusual and obscure in vehicles, transport technology and automotive art. We want to see the unique, bizarre, niche, weird designs, early solutions and failed inventions. We enjoy the art, concepts, prototypes and experiments. We appreciate seeing early transport innovation and ongoing invention. Our scope is international and we like to see the history of the car or manufacturer. App user? Comment !rules or !wiki and our bot will reply.
Cartalk is full of redditors with a wide variety of automotive background ranging from professional mechanic to guys who have restored entire cars in their garage. If you have an issue with your vehicle someone here can probably help you. Have an answer or just a good tip? Please share as part of the Cartalk community. Got a juicy car meme? We love those things.
This subreddit is a forum in which users can submit pictures or videos of examples of crappy or just plain funny off-brand versions of various products. These examples can be both from present day as well as from the past. We also encourage submission of examples on film and TV where a name-brand product is substituted for something more absurd. Also encouraged are posts of bad knock-offs (fake visions of products that fail to resemble the original in pretty obvious and hilarious ways).
Ever try fixing things on your own? Didn't come out the way they were supposed to? Do you stand there questioning your whole life? If so, post your results here to DiWHY (Pronounced DEE EYE WHY, DIwhY. It helps if you don't think of it as an acronym), where shitty projects from r/DIY live prosperously.