Video of the incident was captured by petrified onlookers near Jim Corbett National Park, India, on Wednesday.
It is not known if there were any occupants in the cars at the time of the incident.
The clip begins with a tusker elephant charging at the stationary vehicle another adult and baby quickly follow behind.
They begin to try to flip over the vehicle, seeing them move it halfway across the road.
Seconds later they abandon it and turn their attention to another parked car.
They shove the vehicle further up the road, using only the fronts of their heads.
Out of nowhere, a further five elephants join them.
Seeing the herd, they work together in pushing the car off the road entirely.
The cameraman began beeping his horn, in a bid to distract the animals.
Once they had successfully shifted the cars, dozens more of the giant animals charge through the migration route.
Locals said the driver – a tourist – watched in horror before returning to the car after the elephants had left, in Ramnagar in Uttarakhand, India.
An onlooker said: “No one has been reported injured in the event.
“This is not the first case when a tourist was attacked by the tuskers previously in March a group of tourists who took a ride on a safari van was also attacked by the giants. “
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