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How To Drive A Luxury Car And Get Paid

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Introduction

In the first installment of this series (How to Drive a Luxury Car for FREE), we discussed the car market from a dealerships perspective, how you can enjoy a sub-100K luxury car for FREE, and actually have the comfort of switching cars every year and keeping the process going. In this second installment, I will take you through a slightly more complex method that will not only include exotic cars, but will also include the business element that enabled me to get compensated $20,000 a year for driving now my own, Lamborghini Gallardo.

As an exotic car enthusiast and collector, I have always enjoyed driving beautiful and unique cars and have owned just about every marquee out there. From an AMG to a Lamborghini; each kept surpassing the previous, yet each one kept getting more expensive. Therefore, created a challenge when it came to upgrading yearly; actually it wasn’t as much of a challenge, but more of a really expensive hobby. The depreciation, which included the cost of ownership, simply made this hobby a bad investment and a poor financial decision on my part.

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