In an attempt to evade the cops, the brothers Belushi drive straight through a toy store and crash-land in the middle of a mall.
Schwarzenegger's machine-man crashes lots of cars, but the best is when he slams into a police station.
Few scenes beat the one, in which the Griswolds' wagon flies through the air, smashes to the ground, and all four tires deflate at once.
In his first film, Steven Spielberg ratchets up the titular feud between car and truck, sending both hurtling off a cliff.
Stuntman Mike's head-on collision with a car of cute girls shows the terrible fates that ensue in vicious slo-mo.
Just like in real accidents, you don't see this one coming, as assassin Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem) gets sideswiped by a car.
This flick's chase scene is probably the best thing in the sequel, culminating in two semis smashing head-on into each other.
When a logging truck lets loose its load of timber on the road, it results in a gloriously gruesome set piece that truly pulls out all the stops.
In this vintage gem, a possessed, indestructible car makes short work of cops who make the fatal mistake of trying to play chicken.
John Candy, stuck on a backed-up freeway and in a rush, commandeers a 16-wheeler and turns the interstate into a monster-truck show.