Continuity mistake: When T. has robbed a gas station, the hillbilly that owns the gas station breaks one of the mirrors of the car with a shotgun blast, and he even smashes the back window of the car. But when they are driving off there is one shot where the mirror is miraculously back in a perfect condition while the back window is still broken. In all later scenes the mirror is dangling down.
Continuity mistake: After the run-in with Nick, T. Paul and the other two criminals, T. Paul ends up shooting the tire of the criminals' car, and they exit, leaving the criminals stranded. The criminals end up stealing an English guy's car, but when they catch up with Nick and T. Paul after they've robbed Nick's boss, they are driving their old, beat up, and supposedly punctured car.
Continuity mistake: After Nick and T. have checked in at the hotel Nick goes down to the bar to get drunk. On the counter in front of him there are five glasses in equal distance in a straight row, but when the camera angle changes the row is not straight any more and one glass is moved away from the others.
Continuity mistake: During the last car chase with Rig and Charlie, the climate controls on Nick's Yukon change. When the front windshield is being shot at by Charlie, it's about 2/3s of the way up, signifying a warm blend of air. When Charlie crashes and Nick pulls up and parks, just before grabbing the gun, you see the dashboard once again but the climate control is now turned all the way to cold. Also, during that same chase scene, a little red light blinks on the dashboard which suggests that the vehicle wasn't even running to begin with as GM uses these as a "security" feature and they typically blink when the vehicle is off.
Continuity mistake: When Nick and T. chase the two robbers to get their money back there are two tidy wads of notes stuck under the right sun visor. At a wider camera angle the money isn't there, but when it cuts back there are even three wads, and the middle one is rather crumpled.
Continuity mistake: When Nick gets back to the hotel room the robbers have left T. sitting on a chair, precariously balanced on the railing of the balcony, held back only by a bedsheet whose other end is stuck between the balcony doors. Only a small tip of the bedsheet sticks out right next to the spherical doorknob, but a few shots later there is a close-up where a larger tip sticks out and the doorknob is flat.