Turo Partners With ‘Super Troopers’ to Share Road Safety Tips

Turo, a peer-to-peer carsharing service, has partnered with the Vermont State Troopers from the movie "Super Troopers" to share a public service announcement for road safety, according to a report by The Drive.

Photo courtesy of Turo
Photo courtesy of Turo

In this entertaining video entitled "Highways are Not a Place to Get High," the state troopers offer tips while playing around in a pink Jeep Wrangler. One tip is on how to do a proper donut in a vehicle. In response, Turo includes "donuts are unchill with Turo's term of service" on the video.

The new "Super Troopers 2" movie is set to be released in theaters on April 20.

Click here for the full Drive report.

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