Uninsured supercars destroyed!

Sichuan, Chengdu China - Three friends with brand new exotic cars were out for a joy ride when they were hit by an out of control truck as they waited at a stop light. Special thanks to "Mei Gunmetal" and "Dash F." for translating this video so that we can understand the story behind the wreckage.

According to our translator, the three brand new vehicles, a Rolls-Royce, Lamborghini, and Porsche were out for a pleasure cruise with their untagged and uninsured exotic cars when they were hit by a runaway truck. Total cost of damage is estimated to be around $2,258,865.00 to the fault of the truck driver who failed to brake for the stopped vehicles. The official crash story proceeded as follows; truck hit the Rolls-Royce, which then hit the Lamborghini, which in turn hit the Porsche.

However, this doesn't explain some of the crash evidence. Locals say that the truck hit the Rolls-Royce and the Lamborghini as well. It was a domino effect of uninsured exotic car destruction! Refusing to comment, the truck driver doesn't have the money to cover the cost of the damage so the owners of the exotics are seeking unknown alternative methods of repayment.

This is a great example of what not to do. If you're going to drive a very expensive vehicle, you should always make sure that you have it properly insured. You never know when a huge truck is going to come out of nowhere and smash your prized possession into oblivion of debt and wreckage. If this had happened here in the United States, the owners of unregistered and uninsured vehicles would have also been cited accordingly. The expenses of an accident of even a standard car can quickly rise into the unaffordable territory, let alone three exotic cars. Priced at just over two million dollars, this is one sequence of events that will surely never be forgotten by the drivers or the locals of Sichuan. Thankfully, no one was hurt in what could have been a very tragic accident.

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Source: Tampa Sports Car Examiner

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