But let explain how much of a big deal that is...


Since I live in Brazil, imagine all the difficulties of daily driving a Ferrari, but worse. For instance, if you think a car like that is uncomfortable, imagine how uncomfortable it will be to drive it in our streets...

Other reason not to DD a Ferrari is maintenance. If Ferrari parts are expensive pretty much everywhere, over here is no exception. For instance, if you have a 458 Italia over here, a shock absorber will cost you US$10.000, and if you need a new rear bumper, that's US$15.000.

If that isn't enough, you can think about depreciation. The average used 360 over here has 20.000 miles and coasts around US$150.000. The highest mileage one that I could found has 28.000 miles it has dropped to US$120.000. From there, you can imagine what a daily mileage can cause to it's value...

Last but not least, there are bikers. BIKERS EVERYWHERE. And a Ferrari doesn't exactly have the visibility in the world. If you have ever watched any video of brazilian bikers, you can see what I mean.