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Drive with Swizz Beatz

By Marty Brown, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 11+

In-depth car culture docuseries focuses on community.

TV Educational 2023
Drive with Swizz Beatz: Beats stands in front of a white sports car

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"Food tourism but for cars" is such a simple and great idea that it's astounding there aren't a million shows like this out there. Drive with Swizz Beatz capitalizes on the visual excitement of specialized cars and trucks, but it also digs deep into how cars allow some marginalized communities to be seen and heard. There are some flaws -- the series claims to travel the world but mostly sticks to the states; and viewers' mileage on the hosts may vary -- but it mostly sticks with the loud and fast things that make car culture fun.

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