Altogether 14 cars, among them Eight Ferraris, a Lamborghini and two Mercedes Benz, have collided in Japan’s most expensive car crash ever.
Police say speeding is a possible cause of the accident, but an investigation has yet to determine that. However, an unidentified eyewitness told TBC network that "a group of cars was doing 140-160 kilometers per hour. One of them spun and they all ended up in this great mess." The speed limit in this part of the highway is 80 kilometers per hour.
I would not want to be one of the owners of the Ferrari's. Damn that's an expensive crash.
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ferrari not expensive car but if your parents buy for you you should to make insurance and next step to drive if you face a big accident you should take medical insurance i think medical insurance many help these condition .
1. Drifting is a major problem there.
2. If the movies have any truth, the drivers are wealthy or won money from races.
3. I really doubt parents (especially in Japan) would buy their children luxury sports cars.
4. I have no idea what donaldsmith said. It looked like a bunch of random English words arranged in a text block with no coherence.
Oh my god! That’s an elite crash! If these were the cars that collided, I am literally sad. These are some of the most amazing cars in the world. How can they even afford to do that? God! That’s sad for me. I was looking for a Los Angeles DUI lawyer but coming across this post was truly bad.
It feels like a scene straight out of a movie. I don't want this to happen to me so I have to constantly replace my tires. Good thing I found a good Black Friday deal for a set of Nitto tires, I've also added a set of Rotiform wheels to go along with it.