Goofy demonstrates how not to drive on the freeway: first, the overly timid driver, then the overly aggressive driver, and finally the inattentive driver, shaving or eating. Some of the ...
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Goofy demonstrates how not to drive on the freeway: first, the overly timid driver, then the overly aggressive driver, and finally the inattentive driver, shaving or eating. Some of the advice is a bit dated: following distances are still in car lengths instead of time, and of course cell phones aren't mentioned directly. Written by
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Frewayphobia # 1 was a pretty entertaining and educational Goofy cartoon
Just watched on YouTube this Walt Disney educational cartoon starring Goofy. Or at least three of them, each given a Latin name representing what kind of car driver he is: Driverius Timidicus-the timid driver, Motoramus Figitus-the fidgety driver, and Negleterus Maximus-the neglectful driver. Each one demonstrates how disastrous their driving on the freeway is by doing several "don'ts" that get them into trouble with the last character providing the most laughs from me. The original voice of Goofy himself, Pinto Colvig, is allowed to be a little more insulting here since these Goofys are nothing like the more "aw shucks" version of the character like when Motoramus tells many of his other cars stuck in accidents to "Get a horse!" Quite entertaining while providing a lesson on driving. So on that note, I highly recommend Freewayphobia # 1 (a.k.a. The Art of Driving on the Super Highway).
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