Learn how to drive a Ferrari F430 Spider, if you don’t have your own. Driving a Ferrari is an exhilarating experience. The Ferrari is the best known Italian exotic car company followed by the Lamborghini. Renting a Ferrari can be much cheaper than buying your own. If you are looking to drive a Ferrari F430 Spider, but do not own one, here are some ideas:
- Network with your friends. Ask your friends, and see if they may know anyone who may have a Ferrari you can drive. Keep in mind that your chances of success here may be slim depending on your social circle. You need to find someone who owns a Ferrari and is willing to let you drive it.
- Rent a Ferrari for the day. Check your driving history. Before you can drive an exotic car which isn’t your own, you will need to pass a driving record check. It is a good idea to check your driving license record first, in case there are any surprises. Keep in mind that things such as past speeding tickets and DUI’s may disqualify you from exotic car rental. Ferrari F430’s can be rented in larger cities such as Las Vegas, New York, Chicago and Miami. Keep in mind that the cost of the rental will be fairly expensive, and you will also need a valid credit card. Exotic rental car companies will usually place a fairly large damage deposit against your credit card.
- Participate in a full day exotic car driving tour. Companies offer all day events where you can sample a few different exotic cars through the day (such as a Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche and Aston Martin). These drives occur on a preplanned route, where drivers rotate vehicles on a round robin basis every 20 to 30 minutes. This option will let you drive up to six different cars throughout the day. Keep in mind that your time is extremely limited in each car. However, you can drive other vehicles in addition to the Ferrari F430.
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