Driver: San Francisco has a ton of hilarious conversations when you shift into someone else's car. It would take far too long to list them all, though Tanner scaring a driver's ed instructor shitless (literally) is one of the highlights.
One passenger is a New Age mystic "positivity engineer" in the vein of The Secret. Some of the first words out of her mouth are "inner turmoil-monkey" and it only gets better from there, particularly when Tanner snarks back.
Really, the passengers that Tanner responds to are darn amusing, be it needing them to complete a Dare or happening to shift into the car to take for a spin. Including:
A passenger who dared Tanner ten dollars that she couldn't be scared and acts completely deadpan at everything you do.
A cop who's going through a sexual identity crisis while Tanner does his best to tune her(?) out.
A "reporter" in a taxi who narrates every action with dramatic and cliche exaggeration which annoys Tanner.
Shifting into a truck or other heavy vehicle with the passenger remarking it's "insurance scam Friday". If you didn't have a reason to crash into everything, you do now!
Finding Winona Clash, a trashy modern rock star that Tanner only half-liked one of her albums.
You can find a, according to Tanner, "beautiful" car who's passenger is a thug that needs to whack someone to cover the cost for it. "Beautiful" is in quotation because sometimes the car in question might be a 1968 Fiat Abarth 595 or something similarly vintage and unremarkable.