The complicated, costly, world-crossing process of fixing a wrecked supercar
There’s no rule that says you’ve got to be a great driver to own a supercar. Oftentimes, quite the opposite is true. Witness the chronicle of crashes on wreckedexotics.com, the TMZ stories breathlessly divulging which celebrity ride got mangled in L.A. traffic, or the cover of the New York Post blaring news of Tracy Morgan’s Bugatti bang-up in Midtown Manhattan in June.
But for the lucky few who do own such high-powered machines, the considerations that go into preserving their car from dings and dents are myriad. And they’re not, unfortunately, limited to perfecting their own driving skills. Just ask Kris Singh. In 2016 the Miami-based investor was … More