Upon arrival the Jeep could be scene emitting thick black smoke from the rear of the vehicle along with aggressive flames.
The owner says if it wasn't for a couple of bikers, he would have never realized the Jeep was on fire.
"I was on the interstate when it started spittering and sputtering. A couple of bikers said [I] was on fire. So I got out of traffic, but didn't have much stuff to put it out with. If I'd have had water, I would have put it out," Joseph Ruest, the owner, explains.
Ruest says the fire was cause from a wire shortage. The vehicle is likely totaled.