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Offline ferrarista2

  • Joined: Mar 2010

  • Drives: Slowly
  • Location: Sydney
I shared this elsewhere, but seems to fit better in this thread. My son driving our Gallardo
I'd never let my son drive my exotic.
I think they get a false sense about life and won't push as hard when it comes to work or study because they are under the impression that dads always got their back.
He doesn't need to drive one, let him go out and fend for himself, he'll appreciate it more
Everything looks better in carbon fibre

Offline 355Aussie

  • Joined: Jan 2010

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I have let my son drive all of our prestige and exotic cars and I can clearly say he is working hard and studying hard.

Good head on his shoulders and is doing well.

It all depends on how they are brought up and the values you instil into them.

If they are off the rails of course you wouldn't but if they are good and mature there is no reason why you shouldn't.

Everyone knows their own children.

Offline TJB

  • Joined: Oct 2013

  • Location: South Australia
Lucky L-Platers - 997 Mk2 RS in Adelaide; 991 RS in Melbourne


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