Driving Relentlessly Day And Night Earned This Guy A World Record

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Think you can match him? Better start practicing.

Optimists say that it is best to make the most out of every situation. Jagathish M, an auto-rickshaw driver from India, does exactly that and has a great time as a result. By day he taxis people around but at night, he makes his three-wheeled rickshaw come alive by practicing crazy stunts. It may seem hard to get a four-wheeled car on two wheels, but M goes a step further and pulls the trick off with an off-balanced three-wheeled vehicle. His long nights of practice paid off and now M has set a Guinness world record for driving 1.37 miles on two wheels.

Try this at home and you might accidentally roll your car.

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