A person who goes out and buys a Porsche 911 Turbo with sports package so that they can go to and from work on the DVP during rush hour or pickup groceries from No-Frills and meet up with some friends at the local Bubble Tea shop exclusively are not using the car for what it was intended for. Sure they are "driving" the car but that wasn't the only reason why Porsche made a car with 540 HP and 0-100 km/h acceleration time of 3 seconds. It was meant to be taken to a track and raced. These owners are more akin to a collector than an actual user, at least in my opinion.dyalect wrote: ↑Mar 22nd, 2019 12:53 pmWhoa... foghorn. Pump brakes.
People have opinions too. I am entitled to mine. Whatever floats your boat. As for sports cars, owners do drive them so I don't get your logic.
If I take the time to get a license in Canada (which is a lot of work and money) and buy a gun or rifle. I am shooting something!
Enjoy your collection.
Contrary to popular misconceptions, it's quite easy to get a license (restricted even). 1 weekend and a few hundred bucks.