The Italian supercar that has a maximum speed of 190mph and gets 14.5 miles per gallon is a spyder. The only thing that needs to be mentioned about the Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder is its color and décor. But instead of all that, the P1 North from Cheshire claims that driving these super-cars is possible without caring about the environment.The super-car club is founded by former champion of the Formula 1 car racing track, Damon Hill. This club has some of the fastest and most exciting vehicles from around the world. The super-car club is a place for cars like, Bentley, Ferrari and Lamborghini. The members of this car-club can share all these cars against a yearly fee. As a result, the company claims that the cars belonging to them leave only one-fourth of the impact made on the environment by owners of private models.Nick Bailey, a well known expert once remarked, "The number of members and cars in the PI North's convoy are 60 and 15 respectively. So, to maintain the environmental balance instead of continuing with the normal idea of four people possessing four different super-cars which manage to be driven a paltry 2,000 miles each year, we are helping by maintaining three cars in the garage". Bailey's claim of distance covered is from a study of the average annual mileage of private owners of Ferrari and Lamborghini.The first club for super-cars was founded in Surrey almost 8 years ago. It was set up by Damon Hill. Currently P1 South holds more than 60 cars and 360 members.
These cars include exotic models like Ford GT and Mercedes Benz SLR McLaren. The Price of this Mercedes Benz model ranges around $600,000 and has a top speed of 210mph.People who fail to understand that green matters, also get some financial sense when compared to the outright ownership of the super-cars. The membership fee to start is $5,000. Other than this one-time commencement fee another yearly fee is added which will provide 70 and 50 days respectively for $29,000 and $25,000. Now if a member pays an extra $6,000, then the member will get the opportunity to drive one of the most attractive exotic-cars, the Mercedes SLR McLaren. What's more, all fees incorporate insurance policies cost for members and guests.Some of the world's best exotic sports cars like the Ferrari F430 have a price of $310,000 when bought at the dealer. The F430 has a maintenance cost of around $84,000. However, a member of P1 gets relief from the maintenance costs, worries, and includes the expenses for car fuel and any car accidents, major or minor.On one hand when there is worldwide concern about global warming, it is difficult to coordinate the exotic sports car to fit into the picture. P1 is helping the environment with its company and great idea. So, all in all, it is a fun procedure to any P1 member, so the curse of pollution is hard to remember once he or she has sat behind the wheel and foot is on the pedal.