Tourist gets $65000 worth of speeding fines in Lamborghini

Tourist driving Lamborghini in Dubai racks ups Dhs170,000 fine in three hours

Speeding Lamborghini gets Dh170,000 fine in 3 hours in Dubai

"We shouldn't do so for sure, it's his fault and he should pay that amount".

A Lamborghini Huracan can hit speeds of up to 200mph, and can accelerate from 0 to 60mph in just 3.4 seconds. By the next day, he was recorded speeding, by every single speed radar, on the busiest road in Dubai.

The fines were issued against the car's registered owner because the driver was a tourist.

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According to reports, a 25-year-old British tourist rented a Lamborghini Huracan (like the one pictured) from the Saeed Ali dealership in Dubai's central business district, and within four hours of leaving the dealership had amassed an impressive 33 speeding infringements, before being stopped by police for driving 230km/h in a 120km/h zone.

Farah Hashi, 25, incurred the staggering fine from 33 speeding tickets with the DH1.3 million (AU$478,000) luxury vehicle just four hours after renting it from Saeed Ali Rent a auto last month. He is now concerned he may face a huge loss because he did not take a deposit from the tourist.

He left his passport with the dealership as a guarantee, but the owners told local media that they have not claimed the vehicle back yet because they may be liable to pay the fines. The problem now is who should pay for the fine.

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Mohammed Ibrahim, the owner of the auto rental company from which the Lamborghini was rented, said there are no clear procedures in place to protect a business owner in such extreme circumstances. At time of writing, it's understood the driver and his 602bhp Italian supercar are still at his hotel, and Mr Ibrahim is still holding the tourist's passport.

The rental company therefore, hasn't claimed the auto back because once they do so, they are be liable to pay the fees. I won't be trying to take it back, because once I do, I know I have to surrender it to police.

"The dealership owner can file [another] case to have a travel ban imposed on the tourist and that may take time, during which the tourist may and can leave".

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The tourist, who reportedly gave his address as the Five Palm Jumeirah Hotel and Resort, is believed to still be in possession of the vehicle.

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