Drivers of high-end models attract a lot of hate from other motorists, but the existence of snazzy cars ultimately benefits all of us
It’s a very Irish thing to begrudge others their achievements and possessions (so much for our Catholic upbringing . . .), and that tendency seems to be exaggerated when it comes to cars.
Given that I test hundreds of new models a year, from the humblest city hatchback to the most expensive supercar, I’m in a near-unique position to comment on how other road users treat you, depending on what you’re behind the wheel of....
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