I left a big pink horrible winter coat in my car once, back in the UK.
They even nabbed that!
Here in HK, I've been hit twice, scraped so many times and my car roof and bonnet are full of dings due to falling acorns! So glad, I didn't buy an expensive car.
I once considered getting a car because I had access to free parking both at home and at work and my public transport commute was 1 hour 20 minutes. I decided against it for the better good of my community which is suffering from a sudden influx of cars parking dangerously (near firehydrants, for example) and for the sake of the community around my work, which also suffers from the priority given to motor vehicles and the dangerous situation it poses to them (I once witnessed a ped-vehicle fatality there).
Save your itch to drive for a country that has the space and is designed around cars. Find other interesting things to do in HK, which are unique to HK, like watersports.
(@TheBrit heads up, I posted an anti-car post, please feel free to chime in and mock me with that thread you like to keep handy...)
Last edited by Elegiaque; 02-06-2020 at 10:38 AM.
The 7k for the LS400 is purely because the tax on the thing is so high... that's an example of a car you want to drive with your heart, not your head...
But trust me, 0-100 in under 6 seconds in a saloon that size is a beautiful feeling... I think I saw that on here actually.
Dangerous car... at low revs. you couldn't hear the engine and the slightest touch of the gas and you'd be over 100kmh... I had at least one ticket from that on Tuen Mun highway... stretched her legs on the roads near Lung Kwu Tan a few times... no regrets!! :-)