Friday, October 26, 2012

DT Special: How to Zombie Proof Your Car

In anticipation of Halloween (and potential post-election day violence) the guys at asked us if we wanted share this handy infographic on How to Zombie Proof Your Car. is a UK based insurance shopping tool to compare rates and they seem to have a classically British sense of humour and currently are offering Afterlife, Broom and Time Travel Insurance as well as some tips on how to Zombie Proof Your House.

Original art work from - reprinted at the Daily Turismo with permission.

Full disclosure: We gave the guys at squat for running this infographic, as in nothing, nadda, zip, zilch and they gave us nothing for the link back to their services, no free car insurance, no discounts on armoured cars or even a pat on the back. 

Have any other tips for zombie proofing you stuff?  Post in the comments, our mailboxes (and pantries!) are already filled with spam!


  1. ~ i get time-travel coverage through this group. for a mere chest of dubloons my robot dog, Sparky, and i can navigate the Universe in the DeLorean without fear, boldly going where no sane beings have been recently.

    1. ~ this is one of the most elaborate spoofs i have ever seen. a lot of effort and wit have been gathered for these pages. kudos+1

  2. scot-

    This is a spoof?


    1. ~ no,no. i'm making it my policy to insure everything with Zombie Shield.
      surprised i didn't read an opinion from you on '48 Plymouth lumberwagon.


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