This monster snow plow, the TowPlow, totally looks like it's drifting and dangerously flying through the snow covered roads but it's actually really smartly extending itself and making the plow wider so it can clear roads even faster. The TowPlow is dragged by the snow truck and swings out to cover more area. Slick.
Winter came and overstayed its welcome. At what point do we make like the Russians and turn our tiny crappy cars into snow plow sleds? I say the next snow. Just hop on the hood of your car and make a friend drive you through and pummel it. Winter is stupid, this type of stupid fun makes it a little less so.
Add this to your ever-growing list of things you never knew existed but now desperately need: a BNSF rotary snow blower. The video up top is of a model currently in operation clearing railroad tracks in Aurora, NE, but you'll find them all over the country, churning through formidable heaps of tightly packed snow…
If you're a YouTube connoisseur, you've probably already seen a train plow through snow before. But that's because a giganto snow plow is attached to the front of the locomotive—those trains were meant to kill and plow snow. This train? It's just a regular train. And it's freaking badass.
When there's just an inch of snow on your driveway, there's no need to fire up the big power sucking snow plow. Just build yourself a DIY bicycle snow plow like this one to get the job done instead.