February 7th 2012 - General News
WHITE ROLLS ROYCE PHANTOM TOWED IN LONDON
A White Rolls Royce Phantom was abruptly towed away in London's affluent Knightsbridge area as it had no road tax or vehicle insurance.
As to why the owner did not have either is still unexplained considering the sheer cost of a Rolls Royce phantom is in the region of £300,000 and usually enjoyed by the prosperous members of our society. Regardless as to whether the owner may be a super rich flash Harry, having no tax or insurance on what may be the premier motor car does not keep you above the law.
The Rolls Royce Phantom is regarded as the world's most luxurious motor vehicle and the owner may be without his or her extravagant car until its insured and taxed.
The Rolls Royce Phantom boasts some of the more extraordinary touches than the conventional cup holder, such as Teflon coated umbrellas that are pleasantly hidden inside of the doors, heated leather seats, in car refrigerator (for those bottles of bubbly that may need to be kept chilled on those special occasions) and not forgetting the 26 surround speaker system capable of blowing your socks off.
These iconic vehicles are targets to thieves who instead of going for the whole car aim to steal the Spirt of Ecstasy ornaments that sit proudly on top of the bonnet of the Rolls Royce Phantom, with all this said, there are no gizmos that enable the free tax disc feature!