- Alfa Romeo
- Aston Martin
- Land Rover
Panama City Beach may be best known for breathtaking views and beach vacations, but Florida’s Emerald Coast is also made for Jeep enthusiasts. On top of the weather that is ideal for topless driving almost year-round, Jeep lovers also have the Florida Jeep Jam to enjoy, and while this year’s event had to be pushed back due to COVID-19, it’s been rescheduled to coincide with Father’s Day weekend, running from June 17-20, 2020 — which means now the whole family can enjoy an extended beach weekend in addition to everything else the event has to offer.
Back in February, we heard a story about Danny White out in Washington D.C. who had a vanity plate that said “NO-TAGS” on it. And while hilarious, it proved to be costly for White when every car that had no tags on it got a ticket and was entered in under White’s name.
Soon Toyota, Nissan and Porsche came up with their own Le Mans GT1 contenders. However, the rules at the time said that in order to participate in this category, the manufacturer must build 25 road-going examples of the race cars they are competing with. Toyota and Nissan found out their race car wasn’t fast enough to win, so didn’t bother making any road cars (although Nissan did produce two R390 super cars for the streets).
For parents, babysitter nightmares don’t come any worse than this: a 23-year old woman was arrested after leaving an 8-month old baby in the back of a Dodge Ram and driving around in the back.
Keyona Davis, from—where else?—Florida, was stopped by police after witnesses spotted her sitting in the back of the truck, with the stroller and the baby inside. The driver, a Mr. White, was cited for reckless driving, but Davis got off a bit harsher—felony child neglect, to add to a rap sheet of previous charges. She is being held in jail on a $5,000 bond, and will not be getting a recommendation from the baby’s family.
Click the jump to see the police dashboard camera, which caught the vehicle in the act. To be fair, she also sat in the back of the truck with the baby and the stroller, which makes it safe! And a note to aspiring babysitters: the Subaru Brat was taken out of production for a reason.
[Source: The Smoking Gun]