Cars and Coffee events have rapidly gained popularity in recent years and can now be found in virtually every major metropolitan area on any given summer weekend. In the southernmost states, such as Texas and California, Cars and Coffee events run all year long, with car enthusiasts taking advantage of the nice year-round weather in the winter months.
The recent Towne Lake December Cars and Coffee event in Cypress, Texas attracted a lot of interesting vehicles, including a Lamborghini Aventador SV and 2020 Mustang GT500, but unfortunately, it also attracted a lot of dangerous driving. As you’ll see in the video below, many people were drag racing, doing burnouts and revving their engines loudly when leaving the event, activities that are typically discouraged at Cars and Coffee for fear the police will ban similar car meets in the future.
However one Towne Lake Cars and Coffee participant stood out among the rest. A Chevrolet Tahoe driver managed to get the event banned, according to video title and description, by losing control of his vehicle after trying to do a burnout and crashing into a curb. Video of the crash shows him clipping the curb with the SUV’s right side wheels before steering back out into traffic and then hitting the curb once again as he tries to regain control of the vehicle. He also takes out a small sapling in a nearby garden after hitting the curb for the second time.
The video description gives us a pretty good idea of the behaviour on display at the event:
“Drivers at this event were absolutely crazy,” the description says. “More people broke the tires loose than didn’t. The best part (or worst) is that there was absolutely no police presence so people just kept getting crazier until this character went and wrecked his mom’s (probably) Tahoe.”
Check out the video embedded below and remember folks, if you want to drive like this, save it for the race track.