Trivia: The huge crash that starts the film takes place at McKinley Speedway. The students who die in Final Destination 3 attend McKinley High School, and there is an running gag in that film that one of the students targeted for death is also named McKinley.
Trivia: In the end scene (right before the lead characters go into the cafe shop) you can see a bus drive past with the number 180 printed across the top. The number 180 was a significant number in the first three Final Destination films.
Trivia: The theater number towards the end where Lori and Janet go, is an unlucky 13.
Trivia: Shirley Walker composed for every FD film up until this point except this one. She died in 2006.
Trivia: The significant number from the previous three films, 180, is also seen at the beginning of this film - it is the section number that everyone is sitting in during the race.
Trivia: When Nick is trying to save his friend Hunt, he drives past a bus stop that has an advert for "Clear Rivers Water". Clear Rivers was the name of Devon Sawa's girlfriend in Final Destination and Final Destination 2.
Trivia: A number of video games feature The Final Destination posters: Saints Row 2 has posters around the city taped to walls and poles, Skate 2 features billboards with posters on them, and Mercenaries 2: World in Flames added billboards with the movie's logo. Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas 2 also features the teaser posters hidden around certain maps with the main goal to find all of the posters for a chance to win $1,300.
Chosen answer: Actualy it says she should put it in neutral and keep her foot OFF the brake.