1975 Porsche 911S

1975 Porsche 911S

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1955 Bristol 405

1955 Bristol 405

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1948 Jaguar MKIV

1948 Jaguar MKIV

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Most Popular Movie Cars of all Time

Cars of all shapes and sizes have had their fair share of Hollywood fame over the years, but only a few have remained prominent today. From fictional creations such as the Ford-derived classic in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang to the Mini Coopers in The Italian Job, car lovers get the best of both worlds in these movies with not just the wheels but the action too. We’ve rounded up the most popular car movies of all time to see the iconic rides which have ruled the big screen over the years.

Toyota Supra Mark IV

Too fast, but certainly not too furious, the 1994 Toyota Supra Mark IV was a huge standout in the 2003 Hollywood franchise, Too Fast, Too Furious. Driven by the late Paul Walker as Brian O’Conner, this is one of the most legendary cars in Hollywood. It featured bright ‘candy orange’ paintwork, a Bomex front spoiler, side skirts, a TRD-style bonnet and an APR aluminium rear wing. This car sparked a cultural revolution in Hollywood, generating significant interest with its 3.0 litre turbocharged inline six-cylinder engine. We would definitely be up for a spin!

Mini Cooper S

In 2003, The Italian Job was remade following the 1969 classic and featured some of the first electric Mini Coopers in this action-packed heist. The first Mini to appear in the movie was driven by Charlize Theron and is a 1997 Mini Cooper Mk VII. Whilst 32 vehicles were used in the movie’s production, this first glance shows off the car’s excellent agility and handling with its 3-door hatch and small but powerful 1.5 litre engine.

Ford Mustang

Capturing the crown for the most valuable Ford in the world, the 1968 Bullitt Mustang first made its debut in the movie’s classic car chase scene over 50 years ago. Driven by the ‘King of Cool’, formerly known as Steve McQueen, the film showed the vehicle whipping around corners at top speed and sometimes even taking flight. The vehicle boasts a mighty 6.4 litre V-8 engine, an emblematic black grill, and two U-shaped inlets on the hood. The Mustang truly takes precedence as a timeless Hollywood automotive icon.


We cannot forget DeLorean’s iconic stance in 1985’s Back to the Future now, can we? This movie is both nostalgic and unforgettable. It brings a sense of possibility to those wanting to travel to the future in their own DeLorean time machine. The DeLorean came equipped with a 2.85L PRV V6 engine, a brushed stainless steel exterior, gullwing doors and a top speed of 88mph – not to mention its time travelling abilities! Whilst many of us might not be able to experience the DeLorean time machine in real life, you can certainly increase the speed in slot games such as Drive: Multiplier Mayhem on Netent Casino Canada.

Aston Martin

The Aston Martin DB5 is another one of the most recognisable cars in cinematic history. Introduced in the third instalment of the James Bond series, Goldfinger, the vehicle features functioning secret gadgets, such as a bullet-resistant windshield and simulated tyre slashers, to under-seat weapons and storage, to a telephone; perfect for a British spy. This car is timeless yet equally geared for cinematic success.


Got a need for speed? You’ll definitely want to check out these Hollywood classics if you’re a fellow car fanatic. Whether you’re interested in time travel or prone to action-packed fun, there’s a beloved movie car in Hollywood for just about everyone.


4 Things to Avoid Doing When You Rent a Car

Drivers who have never rented a car before tend to make mistakes when signing their first rental contract. This might lead to unexpected costs, fines and unpleasant surprises. In this article, we’ll list the 4 most frequent pitfalls that you should avoid.

Use the Services of an Unknown Company

Here is a checklist of a top-notch car rental company:

  • Has a long history
  • Has a nice and functional website as well as profiles on social networks
  • Offers a large fleet of high-quality cars
  • Its prices are competitive: not too cheap but not too expensive either
  • Accepts various payment methods and currencies
  • There are discounts
  • Can boast an extensive branch of strategically placed offices
  • Managers speak several foreign languages, are available through various communication channels and are ready to attend to customers 24/7
  • Technical maintenance is included in the rental price: if something goes wrong, a mechanic will quickly come to you at any time of the day to fix the car on the spot or take it to the garage
  • Clients leave positive reviews about the company and give it high ratings

It would be amazing if your acquaintances could recommend such a company to you. Otherwise, check people’s reviews online and glance through independent ratings. Compare the conditions of large international networks and smaller national ones. The latter might be more client-oriented.

Paddock Rent A Car can serve as an excellent example of a car rental company in Dubai. It’s a well-known brand that people from all over the world trust. Paddock specializes in premium cars of all sorts: SUVs, sportscars, minivans and so on. Its prices are rather affordable for Dubai. Customers praise the professionalism of this company’s managers.

Let Another Person Drive the Rented Car

Only those people whose names are mentioned in the rental contract have the right to drive the vehicle. Many companies will allow you to add a second driver to your contract. This person needs to meet the same requirements as you:

  • Be aged 18 years or older (in most cases)
  • Be aged 21 years or older if you rent a premium and powerful car, like a Ferrari
  • Have a valid driving license
  • Come with you to the rental office
  • Show their passport to the company’s manager

If the police stop you and there is someone else behind the wheel, you’ll get a fine if that person is not mentioned in the contract.

Forget to Ask About the Fuel

Some companies would give you a car with a full tank. Others rent out vehicles with empty tanks. You should find out in advance about their pricing policies for the fuel. If the tank was full, you’re supposed to make it full again before returning the car. Otherwise, the price of the fuel will be deducted from your deposit.

Drive Where You’re Not Allowed to

The list of restricted locations might vary from one rental company to another. Typically, you won’t be able to go abroad in a car that doesn’t belong to you. Most likely, you’ll be asked to avoid offroad driving because sand, water, stones and dirt can damage the vehicle — and you’ll have to cover the repair expenses from your pocket. Besides, there might be limitations on the mileage. If you want to go to another region of the country, it would be wise to use public transport to get there and then, rent a car from a local company.

Final Thoughts

Hopefully, this was an informative read and now you better understand which four mistakes you should avoid when renting a car. Use the services of trusted and reputable companies that have been around for a while. Don’t allow other people to drive your rented vehicle unless it’s someone whom you officially added to your contract. Find out whether you should return the car with a full tank or it’s not necessary. Drive only on high-quality roads and avoid getting too far away from the location of your rental company. Many companies have loyalty programs for clients who come back to them regularly. The more diligently you’ll obey their rules, the larger discounts and other pleasant perks you might expect to get. Plus, your driving experiences will be totally positive!