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Before you click play, we need to make a couple of things clear. The Sherp isn’t street legal so if you happen to own one, we recommend not doing this. We have no idea if the orange slow-moving-vehicle triangle and “paperwork” mentioned in the video made this legit. Beyond that, we suspect people stuck behind the Sherp – either on the road or at the numerous drive-thrus visited – were not amused. In short, don’t be this guy.
Oh The Humanity:
That said, we also understand that this video isn’t meant to be serious. It comes from Rich Rebuilds on YouTube, and to be completely fair, we’ve seen some really good content from this channel. This time around, the goofy motoring antics are clearly aimed for clicks and the video even concludes with a promise for more serious offerings in the future. This is simply for the fun of it, and because of that, we’re forced to admit this represents both the worst and the best of the internet. As such, we present the video for either your pleasure, scrutiny, or both.