Posted on: Aug 16, 2012 | 41,829 reads

20-Year Old Crashes California During Test Drive in Russia

A 13 million rubles crash caused by a kid is no small matter in Samara.
In the southwestern Russian town of Samara, a 20-year old Russian went for a test drive in a white Ferrari California. The drive didn't end well, however, as according to the driver a pedestrian jumped into the road and he was forced to swerve in order to miss him. The end result? A rough crash into a security barrier. Both the driver and a representative from the dealership from where he was loaned the car who was sitting in the passenger's seat were unharmed.
20-Year Old Crashes California During Test Drive in Russia
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Samara is Russia's sixth largest city and it's safe to say that high-end performance models aren't a regular sight on the roadways. According to Russian website Vninform, a new Ferrari California costs 13 million rubles, which is a little over $407,000. Let's hope the dealer had a good insurance plan.
20-Year Old Crashes California During Test Drive in Russia



 
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