How to Drive a Truck Through Mud And Not Get Stuck

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Hint: It involves having a big engine and not giving a crap about pollution.

Every country in the world has its own unique car culture. In the US state of West Virginia, for example, residents there have a thing for pickup trucks with some big ass wheels. But instead of just driving them on solid pavement (because what’s the fun in that?), these proud locals like to drive their trucks through a huge mud pit. Not everyone would consider this cultured, but hey, it still looks like a ridiculous amount of fun.

Mud was splattered everywhere and the engines never stopped making a ton of noise.

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