"All-terrain vehicle" is a falsehood if you really think about it. Most ATVs can handle your typical ground-types like grass, gravel, snow, and sand, but how many of them can handle a frozen river like this one? This homemade all-terrain vehicle built by Alexey Garagashyana handles thin ice like a champ and stays afloat when the ice beneath it cracks, which would definitely come in handy for people who live in colder climates. We hope the seat has a built in toilet because the sound of cracking ice on a frozen body of water would literally scare the crap out of us. Watch as the dope vehicle speeds across the ice with ease, kicking up slush and ice behind it:

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[via AutoEvolution]