Lifted trucks can be a lot of fun. Take them off-roading, and they’re in their element, bashing through muddy troughs and climbing steep inclines with ease. The thing is, adding a lift kit can make a vehicle slightly more difficult to maneuver around tight turns and narrow corridors, as evidenced by the mangled front end on this Chevrolet Silverado.
This video is brief, clocking in at a little over a minute in length, but it does show some of the aftermath of a collision between the lifted Chevrolet Silverado and one very stubborn stop sign. Shot from the passenger seat of a passing vehicle, we get a rotating view of the poor Silvy pickup perched on top of the sign.
According to the video description, the incident occurred August 2nd, 2020, in Columbus, Ohio.
“My husband and I had just gone grocery shopping for our family when we heard a huge bang and a large commotion when we walked outside we saw this craziness!”
By the look of it, the driver of this lifted Chevrolet Silverado misjudged a corner in the parking lot, cutting it too close and smashing into the stop sign. It’s possible that the driver lost control while driving over some wet bit of the parking lot, as judging by the puddles, it appears as though it had recently rained.
Regardless, the results are pretty clear. The lifted Chevrolet Silverado now rests on top of the stop sign, its driver-side front wheel jammed underneath it while bits of the suspension hang from underneath the wheel well. It looks like the driver and some of his buddies are milling around while a store employee snaps a few photos of the truck.
Meanwhile, the stop sign remains still standing. Oh, the irony.
So there you go folks. When it comes to lifted trucks, stick to the rocks and mud puddles, as parking lots can be dangerous.