Here's why you NEVER street race in Puerto Rico!

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  1. Yea Puerto Rico Dont crush your car, im from there if that was the case there would be no cars left. Racing is a Puerto Ricans thing its in there blood.

  2. There is some racing activity around the island. Not published not broadcasted just happens from time to time. Real confrontations happens on the drag strip. You can see a Porsche club on an occasion Sunday speeding in a pack but not racing each other rather a group from a few cars to a 100 cars at a time.
    Underground racing won't have exotics included. They get shamed on the 1320 feet by a EVO8 or an eagle talon TSI or another conception from the tree shade mechanics. Rotary's are another praise and kind of unobtainable these days. But PR has many 4 cyl and rotary 1/4 mile records.

    We do have a point system. If you have a PR license they get discounted when process. You have 3 opportunities if caught street racing. First time ticket and license suspension. Second larger ticket larger license suspension. Third time loose your car, license suspended for years.

    Cars not destroyed but sale at auction. If valuable probably owner sends someone to bid on it and get it back.

    Car import tax is based on MSRP when new. Luxury cars have higher tax than economy cars. Not all cars are 40% taxed.

    Reduce tax if importing car trough local dealership. Many people have move to PR to take advantage of the 4% tax for wealthy people pay for Capital gain if living little more than 6 months in the island, so a little tax on luxury cars from their part do help the government.

    There is more to the story. You can contact car historian Luis Mariano for more info on PR cars and hidden gems.

  3. Looks like Vinwiki got taken for the BS SPIN by this dude. 80% of what this dude said is complete garbage. I'm assuming this dude has been to PR a handful of times and heard rumors about la fiebre…

  4. Listen bro, here in PR it’s flexible, you can get out of probably anything if you know people and let me tell you if you have a GT3 or any other expensive car you probably know some people 😂

  5. Paused on the map, and found the town where I bought my copy of PGR4, which is, coincidentally, where the disc itself was pressed…

  6. Sadly soon all combustion cars including classics will be banned from public streets in entire EU and Scandinavia 🙁
    In Germany the Green Peoples Party gave order to shorten fuel supply from 2025
    on by reducing all conventional fuel stations to only one state operated central gas station per city or county. Now they want to slow down all the gas station pumps from 20 litre per minute to 2 litre per minute…From 2027 on in the EU certain car spare parts will be banned too….as exhaust systems, turbo chargers and even some engine and gearbox oils…California and New York will do the same from 2027 on…. So no investments should be done in oil burning cars any longer….They even created a new kind of crime here, called emissions and smoke crime.!!! (BABVVEN & TEBBVEN laws)

  7. This dude is talking out of his a$$. Apart from all of the comments that contradict his lies, it’s a clearly stupid fabrication based on some totally unrelated case captured in a video from another country. What else is he making up?

  8. Hahaaa… We do get screwed really hard with the car taxes, which make no sense because the funds aren’t particularly destined for any particular road improvements, or any transportation related initiatives. All to say that thanks for bringing that up. The rest of the video is interesting but not too precise. We do have points here, and I know it by heart, as well as my insurance provider. I’ve NEVER hear of anyone having their car crushed; I’ve certainly heard about it but as an urban legend. The “inspection” sticker is important but the one that’s critical is the “marbete” or yearly tax toll. That’s the one that can get your car impounded if not up to date. Thanks for the article nevertheless…

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