A 20-minute supercut of more than 60 car, truck and tractor-trailer slides, jackknifes, spinouts and loss-of-control driving incidents caught on professional video resulting from my 12-year career of covering winter storms as a freelance news cameraman. ***No one was hurt in any of these incidents*** Footage shows icy roads caused by snow, freezing rain and sleet. Copyright Dan Robinson icyroadsafety.com stormhighway.com


    • Dan Robinson
      Dan Robinson

      I want to address the "why didn't you warn people" critics on this video. There are several reasons why this is a completely unreasonable thing to expect me to do. First, of all, these videos are shot during winter storms when roads and bridges are icy across multiple states. Authorities and DOT crews are well aware of the conditions, in fact, you can see plows working during my videos. Furthermore, police officers have told me to stop trying to warn drivers roadside. Their vehicles with bright flashing lights are often hit by out of control cars and trucks. Do you get winter weather (ice and snow) where you live? I'm assuming then, if you are one of those who think that it is somehow effective or advisable for civilians to be waving down drivers/putting up signs on the side of a dangerously icy road, that YOU do this where you live during winter storms? If not, then why do you expect ANYONE to do it, especially TV cameramen out doing their jobs? Can you cite one example of where you've seen this civilian "roadside warning" during winter storms being performed and it being effective? Ask what law enforcement and EMS personnel think of this idea, when their big vehicles with bright flashing lights are routinely hit by out of control drivers. The "why don't you warn" idea is a knee-jerk one by people who aren't at all thinking about what they are saying. Furthermore, there are videos on my channel that show me warning drivers during bridge icing in the South - one of those rare times that it had even a remote chance of working. And even then, I could not get people to notice me unless I stepped into the road IN FRONT OF THEM, frantically waving. Police officers on the scene told me to NOT to do it. I have spent 9 years on the icyroadsafety.com site trying to educate and warn the driving public AHEAD OF TIME. It's just incredible how some think I should put my life on the line along icy roads in a futile attempt to prevent a couple of fender benders. If you think that this roadside warning is something that should be done, then I expect YOU to try doing it yourself in your neighborhood during the next winter storm - then tell me how it went for you. I would also like you to ask any police officer or first responder what they think of your actions.

      about 1 year ago
    • Willow
      Willow In reply to Dan Robinson

      they need winter driving lessons and common sense. Not the posters responsibility..... Slow down it will save you time and a whole lot more. Better yet.... stay off the roads

      about 1 month ago
    • Austin Dick
      Austin Dick In reply to Dan Robinson

      I stay in Louisiana and every bridge out here has a sign before you get on it stating. WARNING. BRIDGE MAY ICE WHEN COLD

      about 1 month ago
    • Support AnimalRights
      Support AnimalRights In reply to Dan Robinson

      Why doesn't the CITY put up a big green sign that says Be Careful of Icy Roads during Winter. ?

      about 2 months ago
    • skiie
      skiie In reply to Dan Robinson

      Please point out these people so that we may haze them

      about 2 months ago
    • r4a2g0
      r4a2g0 In reply to Dan Robinson

      That west Virginia bridge needs a big flashing sign before it.

      about 3 months ago
    • lee matta
      lee matta


      about 4 hours ago
    • Tio

      Unintentional ASMR

      about 8 hours ago
    • Timothy Reff
      Timothy Reff

      Thanks to black ice, I now have a permanent lump on my shoulder due to it being separated.

      about 9 hours ago
    • Ash Jade
      Ash Jade

      BRIDGES GET ICY WHEN IT SNOWS AND SLIPPERY WHEN IT RAINS. It is not like just a road. Be. Careful. THINK when you drive and stupid stuff like this wouldn’t happen.

      about 21 hour ago
    • Сергей aa
      Сергей aa

      summer tires + ABS + stupid = Bingo!!!

      about 23 hours ago
    • Devin

      oddly satisfying to watch

      about 1 day ago
    • John Murphy
      John Murphy

      It's usually the idiots with four wheel drive that think their vehicles are impervious to ice .. they learn the hard way .

      about 1 day ago
    • Aqua Man
      Aqua Man

      1:50 nice 540

      about 1 day ago
    • Daniel Miller
      Daniel Miller

      Wowow why would anyone slam on breaks

      about 1 day ago
    • TheCrazyCapMaster

      11:13 this poor guy, nothin he couldve done he was goin like 10mph

      about 1 day ago
    • TheCrazyCapMaster

      I recall last winter we had more snow than usual, but dang it I was gonna get to work 🤣 went out earlier in the day to get some food, no one bothered to plow the side road we were on so I spent like half a mile at 5-10 mph just constantly sliding around in tire tracks of other people 😅 I didn’t even bother coming back home that day, just waited in town til my night shift started

      about 1 day ago
    • TheCrazyCapMaster

      3:05 props to that other driver who realized the the oil tanker couldn’t swerve or stop and stopped himself early so it could go around 😁

      about 1 day ago
    • Mesrop Madxharyan
      Mesrop Madxharyan

      Most are going way to fast

      about 1 day ago
    • Jordan Hooper
      Jordan Hooper

      As many wrecks as there are on that icy overpass, you would think the Highway Dept in that area would overkill on pretreatment and salt to help prevent this.

      about 1 day ago
    • AK Man
      AK Man

      Yes, first thing you do when your momentum is changing direction.... hit your brakes. Always solves the problem lol.

      about 1 day ago
    • Joe Tallon
      Joe Tallon

      Does Charleston W.V. Get a kick back from the body shops? New invention, it's called salt. Or you could use sand or cinders.

      about 2 days ago
    • Jerry Buda
      Jerry Buda

      How does all these accidents happen in front of the camera

      about 2 days ago
    • Tad Dunavan
      Tad Dunavan

      Some you feel bad for. Others you're just like; morons!

      about 2 days ago
    • ggroff73

      As a tow truck operator, I see this every winter here in PA.

      about 2 days ago
    • Steve Kerk
      Steve Kerk

      Never stand on the side of a car fire. Those two explosions from that car on fire were shocks...blow your leg clean off..or worse.

      about 3 days ago
    • Brian Hemgesberg
      Brian Hemgesberg

      that bridge in Charlston is baaad

      about 3 days ago
    • Lou Sensei
      Lou Sensei

      Me trying to earn extra drift points to refill my boost meter.

      about 3 days ago
    • Jesus is KING
      Jesus is KING

      My question is, how does this guy knows who is crashing...? 0_o

      about 3 days ago
    • Killcard101

      That's the funniest thing on here.
      I just imagine some of these cars as people and the front is their face.

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      about 4 days ago
    • Lou Sensei
      Lou Sensei In reply to Killcard101

      You ruined your own post GG👊

      about 3 days ago
    • Giovanni Cintolo
      Giovanni Cintolo

      that Jeep at 7:15 really threaded the needle! Going way too fast, but what a save

      about 4 days ago
    • Betelgeuse

      I like the fact that the driver of 0:20 put on the hazard lights. Probably he thought something as "Ok, let's turn the hazard lights on because if not, maybe the other drivers will not realize I had an accident"

      about 4 days ago
    • Douglas Elwell
      Douglas Elwell

      You notice it’s all the light cars lol

      about 4 days ago
    • Darian Caplinger
      Darian Caplinger

      Awesome compilation, Dan. I too would always tell citizens not to attempt to warn other drivers of ice, because you could actually cause the situation to get worse. If you have an accident on an icy road, and you are dressed for conditions... evacuate your vehicle. You are safer on the other side of the safety barrier (if there is one) than you are waiting to get struck by another out of control vehicle.

      about 6 days ago
    • Rowan Lewis
      Rowan Lewis

      I did notice a small trend, usually older cars ( less than 3 years ) pick ups and people driving with no lights on.
      Also where are all the over head signs lowering the speed limit and speed cameras

      about 8 days ago