Let's be honest: If the "Fast and Furious" series were real life, the team would have demolished many of our cities and caused insurance companies and taxpayers a pretty penny.
In case you were wondering what the price tag would theoretically be, Insure the Gap, which is run by Halo Insurance Services, watched all seven movies to figure out the total cost. (No word if they included the short films.)
The tally came up to $527 million in damaged property. Considering the eighth and not-yet-final installment "The Fate of the Furious" is coming out on April 14 and takes place in New York, the costs will only increase.
It also discovered:
Disclosure: The "Fast and Furious" franchise is distributed by Universal Pictures, which shares a parent company with CNBC.
Correction: This story originally miscalculated the damages. They're over $500 million.