I'm sure some people have seen it but in short, the commercials go something like this: Family or friends talking in a car, driving along, or something very casual and normal. Their conversation seems random enough. All of a sudden, you see (from an in-car viewpoint) a car/truck coming straight for the vehicle and in real time, BOOM, car crash. The commercials have had side-impact and frontal-impact accidents shown. The commercials, as it turns out, were done as a continuous, basically unedited shot with professional stunt drivers in non-modified VW Jetta's using government car crash guidelines. Some people are objecting to these commercials. Complaints range from it flat out being inappropriate, some say it can be a frightening experience for those who have been in car crashes before in their lives (the commercials give absolutely 0 warning that it's a commercial that has anything to do with cars and especially no warning as to the fact that a crash is going to occur). One can make up their own ideas as to what else might be wrong with such commercials. Others feel the commercials are a good thing. Some say the commercial depicts how random, unforgiving, and devistating such crashes can be. Others say its a good promotional message since in fact, the stunt men/women were able to walk away from the crashes just as seen on the commercials. It can even been seen as a way to raise awareness to those who don't appreciate what kind of chaos occurs during a crash. What's your opinion on them?