The rental company entrusted the management of supercars to people without rightsNovember 8, 2019
In the UK, the issuance of a driver’s license is strictly. According to statistics, last year only 45% of those wishing to receive the coveted document. The local car rental company decided to support all those who failed in the exams and put them behind the wheel of supercars.
In the UK, TrackDays, a company specializing in car rental, has allowed not only novice drivers to drive powerful supercars, but also those Britons who do not have a driver’s license. And it doesn’t matter if you passed the law and failed the exam, or are you just going to do it. Last year, due to strict rules, only 45.8% of those who rent out were able to get their first driver’s license. The only requirement that the company makes to the tenant is that he must be 17 years old.
You can rent a whole string of powerful and really cool models: Aston Martin Vantage, Porsche 911 Turbo, Lamborghini Gallardo, Audi R8, Nissan GT-R, Jaguar F-Type, Chevrolet Camaro, Subaru Impreza WRX STI, Lotus Elise, etc.
One trip on an affordable car was estimated at 49 pounds. If you wish, you can rent two supercars at once for 95 pounds or just a dozen. The latter option will cost the client 409 pounds.
The proposal to drive such expensive cars without rights seems strange. However, not all so simple. The driver will be accompanied by a TrackDays representative who will take the passenger’s seat. It will be his duty to provide safety briefings. Moreover, the rental price includes only a trip of three miles (4.8 kilometers) on an enclosed area. Those customers who stay on the most expensive package, in addition to an independent trip to ten supercars, will receive a bonus from the company. The instructor will drive them to Lotus Elise.
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