You’ve already forked out around £180,000 on a top-of-the-range supercar, making you the envy of your mates and turning heads wherever you go.
So what’s a measly few hundred quid to replace a broken wing mirror?
One sports car owner resorted to patching up his eye-watering expensive vehicle with duct tape, rather than splash the cash on having it done professionally.
Onlookers were stunned when two Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4s were pulled over by cops in Woking High Street.
And as the drivers were quizzed on the roadside, one eagle-eyed bystander noticed one of the supercars had a touch of DIY about it.
“It’s not often you see one of these cars in the street, never mind two of them together,” said the passing shopper.
“They must cost an absolute fortune, but the first thing I noticed about the green one was the black tape holding its wing mirror in place.
“I’d have thought if you spend so much on something, you’d want to keep it in good nick and looking smart.”
Officers first spotted the orange and green sports cars driving in an anti-social manner in Guildford town centre a matter of minutes before.
When police caught up with them, officers checked that both drivers had the correct documentation for driving the cars before the driver of the green car was then handed a warning for causing a nuisance to other road users.
A spokesman for Surrey Police said: “Officers stopped a Lamborghini Huracán in Commercial Way, Woking, at 6.15pm on Saturday following reports the car was being driven in an anti-social manner.
“The driver of the green Lamborghini was issued with a section 59 notice.”