These Guys Crash Anything On Wheels And The Results Are Hilarious

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Ever wondered what it's like to crash a shopping cart at 73 mph?

Crash tests are an extremely important component to gauge new car safety. Luckily, it is very rare that a brand new car is categorized as a complete deathtrap. Sometimes we laugh when someone decides to test something that is clearly not meant to be crashed at high speed. When the Euro NCAP crashed a golf cart into a wall, the results were pretty spectacular. Now, Dynamic Test Center in Sweden has decided to run a shopping cart into a wall at 73 mph. They also set a record for the fastest shopping cart in the world, and they didn't stop there.

Obviously, a shopping car is never going to reach highway speeds, unless a bunch of drunk friends are really ambitious. The center first crashed the cart into a car to see how much damage it would cause before sending it to its doom at 73 mph. We wouldn't want to be riding in that cart.

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The Dynamic Test Center is also known for crashing weird objects at high speeds, and a piano is no exception.

If you ever wanted to perform the worst prank in the history of the world, you should see this video. The team crashed a camper van with a crash test dummy resting on one of the beds. Let's just say the dummy wouldn't be able to stay asleep after the crash.

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