CNBC's "Power Lunch" created a funny animation of the Big Three CEOs -- Alan Mulally of Ford, Rick Wagoner of GM and Robert Nardelli of Chrysler -- driving to Washington, D.C., where they're asking for federal funds.
The CEOs are driving hybrid cars after being reamed by the media for flying flashy corporate jets to plead their cases as struggling companies in need of government help.
The "Power Lunch" team are also offering joke suggestions of interesting sights for the CEOs to see along the way.
Watch the video and tell us in the comments section what you think about these CEOs driving nine hours to Washington. Here are some questions to ponder. We'll be closing comments Thursday at 1pm eastern. The most thoughtful answers will be posted in a new entry.
Is this a good use of CEOs' time during a financial crisis?
Do you think driving sends a good message to taxpayers that Detroit is willing to make big changes?
Do you think this is all a wasteful publicity stunt?