How to Rent a Ferrari to Tour Italy. Really.

May 21, 2015 914

"Renting 'prestige' cars in Italy (including Ferraris) is fairly common for well-funded car enthusiasts," says Brian Dore, with Concierge in Umbria. "I'm sure that your reader has visions of 'opening it up' and zipping around from town to town passing everyone in sight.

The reality is that the roads in the Tuscan countryside are typically narrow and wind around through the hill towns, so I'm not sure how much zipping is going to be done. While driving in Italy may seem chaotic and lawless at times, there are speed and access control cameras, as well as manned police roadblocks everywhere. Parking a $250,000 car has its own issues."

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