Ferraris, Porsches, Lamborghinis all look great in the movies when you see someone driving up Madison or through NYC’s Times Square, but anyone who lives in NYC knows that just isn’t happening. Not when you have 13,000 NYC taxis, thousands of delivery trucks, buses, and private vehicles all trying to get somewhere fast.
That’s what Charles McGrath found out when he rented a Ferrari and took it for a spin in NYC. Things we learned:
- Ferraris don’t do well with potholes and metal grates,
- A 24 hour rental will cost you $1,100,
- You can drive a good stretch without hitting a traffic light on Lafayette St north of Houston,