I don't love Kalamazoo, but I sure am glad to be from here instead of Battle Creek. Don't get me wrong, there are still tons of great things about Battle Creek, but the city also finds a way to be viral for the wrong reasons. I will say that the Battle Creek Promise will provide. great things to amazing people who may be able to bring the Cereal City back to the top, but at the same time they know how to keep themselves humble as well.

I find myself driving in Battle Creek enough to know that it's a tough scene to deal with on a regular basis. Whether I'm driving to one of the high schools for a sporting event, visiting family and friends, or just driving through town to get to another destination, it never fails to amaze me. There is always something unprecedented occurring on the streets of Battle Creek. It may not be a bad thing, but it may be something that makes you drop your jaw and go "Wow".

I recently got a new car but my old car, which I still own has some front-end damage. I can say I was embarrassed sometimes to ride around in it, but it got the job done. So, I know how it feels to be in that situation, but I've also seen that situation countless times. It's not all that bad to have somebody issues with your car as long as everything still functions properly. This driver had a much different issue but said "I got to get here no matter what".

This driver in Battle Creek either didn't notice or didn't care that they were leaning. I'm not talking just a little flat either, I'm talking completely leaning. As you can see in the Facebook video below, a driver was missing a very important part of their vehicle but kept it pushing anyway.

The driver, clearly missing an entire tire, continued to drive and ever shift lanes and make turns like everything was as it should be. The rear passenger tire was nowhere to be seen and there was no donut tire on the car either, instead the car dragged its axel directly on the ground. I've never seen anything like it, but if you not rocking with me like this driver is rocking with this car, I don't want you around. This is the literal definition of until the wheels fall off.

If this wasn't strange enough, check out this list of strange things other drivers have seen while driving through Michigan.

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5 Things You Should Do If You Hate Driving In The Snow

There are many reasons to hate driving in the snow.

Snow creates a high potential for dangerous road conditions, produces less-than-decent drivers (who probably aren't decent drivers, to begin with - but that's a conversation for another time), often adds travel time to your trip - the list goes on.

Maybe you don't mind driving in the snow, maybe it doesn't even phase you when it snows (can't relate) - BUT if you need to be out and about on a snow day and you hate driving in the snow, here are five things you could try - or should try - do to, essentially cope with the fact that you can't stop mother nature from bringing snow to Colorado.

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