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Old action movie

Date: 80s-90s.
Genre: Action.
Country of origin: Most likely the U.S.

There is a car chase scene when the hero is on a fully loaded car carrier trailer and he is letting the cars loose in order to create obstacles for the bad guy who is after him.
There is scene when the hero uses some object keep the gas pedal floored.
In the final showdown the bad guy is cuffed to something in a subway car.
asked Aug 17, 2018 in Name That Movie by lavina (792 points)
If the last scene could be from something else, maybe "High-Ballin'"?

Bad Boys 2 had a similar scene of the car carrier, and Tokyo Raiders did too, I think.

Speed had something similar to the subway scene.. .
I've forwarded all of these and I was especially hopeful of High-Ballin' because it has the described car dropping scene but I was told that none of them are the one.
It was added that it's atmosphere is similar to that of The Hitcher (1986).
Wild shot here, but "Road Killers" aka "Roadflower" had a review that linked it to Hitcher, and the villain is handcuffed to a car on train tracks. Maybe?
I looked through the movie but it doesn't have the car carrier trailer scene.
I overlooked a clue, there is scene when the bad guy spits in the good guy's soup.