I was curious if anyone has been wrongfully pulled over in their Ferrari. Basically, have you been pulled over without speeding and that was their reasoning?
What did you have in there?I'm still very angry about the boot search - completely ludicrous.
It is not just the police. Once or twice a year the taxman tries to raid my specialist's premises to jot down number plates. It is amazing - they never do this in a Mercedes or BMW dealership. Just with Ferraris - it is naturally assumed you cannot afford a car like that unless you dodge your taxes or sell illegal substances (and yes, they are illegal in Holland too!).What did you have in there?
They may have mistaken you for a mass murderer with a body in the trunk or a drug dealer with several Kilo's of cocaine in there.
many MANY times (lost count, really) I had my car searched by the police, including INSIDE THE SUBWOOFER BOXWow, sounds like the police are pretty damn strict over there. Do you not have the right to tell a cop "no, you can't search my car."
I'll tell ya this, as a Deputy Sheriff and a car nut,,,I let ALOT of stuff slide if it's a nice car (granted that's even if I decide to try and catch up.)
Also, on the night I had an F430 for 8hrs,,I could've gone to jail several times over for the speeds I was doing.
Now, Stile, will that count increase or decrease if you had a Ferrari in Brazil?many MANY times (lost count, really) I had my car searched by the police, including INSIDE THE SUBWOOFER BOX
and yes, the police is allowed to do that here in Brazil