The Chevy Silverado is a capable vehicle for a variety of different driving conditions and environments. As it just so happens, that includes driving down the road on two wheels, as demonstrated in the following brief video.
Recently making the rounds across social media, the video shows what appears to be a meetup somewhere in the Middle East. A stretch of two-lane highway bisects sandy dunes and desert, where we see a number of different vehicles parked, plus a few out doing a bit of off-roading. Several onlookers are seen lining the road as well.
The video gets right to the action, with a grey Chevy Silverado pickup truck quickly cutting across the highway. The driver flicks the truck left, sending the vehicle’s weight careening into the right side of the suspension and lifting up the left-side tires.
The truck looks like it’s about to tip over, but the driver manipulates it just so to keep the vehicle balanced on the corners of the tires. The end result is the Chevy Silverado rolls down the road on two wheels, the left side of the vehicle left high in the air.
As the Chevy Silverado passes the camera, we see what appears to be a number of sand bags or some other sort of weight lining the right-hand side of the vehicle. Obviously, this weight bias helps the truck to balance on two wheels rather than simply flip over. Meanwhile, the truck’s hazard lights flash – as though it wasn’t already obvious.
Suffice to say, it takes some skills to get the Chevy Silverado to roll down the road like this. However, we should emphasize that readers should not attempt this at home, as it’s not only extremely dangerous, but highly illegal to do on public roads. Seriously, don’t do this at home – it’s a really, really bad idea.
So then, with that, check out the video in full right here:
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