Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Car Movies and Safe Your Car


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A blog of SafeAuto Insurance Company, PlayItSafe, has reviewed The 5 Best and Worst Car Movies of All Time. You may agree or disagree with their reviews.

PlayItSafe has decided that the 5 best car movies of all time are:
5. Smokey and The Bandit, 1977.
4. Blues Brothers, 1980.
3. Bullitt, 1968.
2. Thunder Road, 1958.
1. American Graffiti, 1973.

Whereas the 5 worst car movies of all time are:
5. Days of Thunder, 1990.
4. The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, 2006.
3. Speed Racer, 2008.
2. Driven, 2001.
1. Herbie: Fully Loaded, 2005.

So, what is the relationship between those car movies and safe your car? We can learn important things from car movies, they taught us about how unsafe your car is.

For instance, you may be often watch these scenes on car movies:
1. Driver seldom keep his eyes on the road when make a dialogue with passenger.
2. Driver locked the keys of his car, it's easy for thief to open the door and steal the car.
Although sometime car movies dramatize the facts, but we can't ignore how unsafe our car in any road even if we are careful.

That's why it's important for us to always insure our self and have auto insurance as well. If you want to know more information about auto insurances before you make a decision on what type of auto insurance plan you want to get, SafeAuto is one of Insurance Company we recommend for you.

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Tari Ledsome on December 14, 2011 at 7:59 PM said...

I have seen the American Graffiti, and yes it's a very fantastic movie. No wonder it's listed as one of the best car movies! Ron Howard looked so young during that time, and certainly very dashing. =)

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