The 5 Most Difficult Cars to Drive

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The valet industry encounters a variety of vehicles on a daily basis, and it is important that employees know how to drive them all. All About Parking’s valets must pass a driving test before training for their new position. Then, during training, the valets learn how to drive sports and luxury cars. That means when you hand the keys over to one of All About Parking’s valets, your vehicle will be in good hands, no matter how complex the driving experience is.

Speaking about difficult driving experiences, here are the vehicles that are the hardest to drive. Do not worry if you own one of these vehicles. Our team can get it into a spot safely and securely.

1. Dodge Challenger Hellcat

At 4,449 pounds, the Dodge Challenger Hellcat is like a yacht on the land. It is difficult for inexperienced drivers to maneuver this beast around tight corners, especially when they unleash this vehicle’s power. It produces 707 horsepower and can go from 0 to 60 in a mere 3.7 seconds. Those who do not know what they are doing can end up in a tight spot on the roadways.

2. Porsche Cayman

The Porsche Cayman is a gorgeous vehicle, but it is also difficult to drive. The vehicle has a tendency to turn dramatically and when that happens, it can be hard to get it back on track. Fortunately, seasoned valets know how to tame this beast and get it into a parking spot.

3. Cadillac CTS-V

The Cadillac CTS-V is not just a sleek and gorgeous machine. It is also full of power. The 6.2-liter V-8 engine can easily power you through straightaways and turns, but things can get dicey when you shut down the traction and stability controls. When that happens, the back tires might start spinning and you could end up in a ditch instead of on the roadway.

4. Lamborghini Countach

Many people dream of sliding behind the wheel of a Lamborghini, but those who own the Countach need to be careful. This vehicle has an ultra-low profile that makes it hard to see vehicles that are next to you and behind you. Also, the controls are heavy, so you need to pay extra attention to every action you take in this vehicle. Once you get used to it, though, you can expect an unrivaled driving experience.

5. TVR Sagaris

The TVR Sagaris is quite the showpiece, but you need to be careful when you are behind the wheel. This vehicle does not have electronic aids to keep you on the road, so your skills will be put to the test. Only drivers of the utmost skill, including the valets at All About Parking, should get behind the wheel of this gorgeous vehicle.

Driving Might Be Hard, but Parking Is Easy

While some vehicles are difficult to drive, parking should always be easy. All About Parking’s valets are trained to park even the most difficult of vehicles. Still, if you are concerned that your vehicle is too complex for others to operate, the valets can make accommodations so you can self-park. The valets do everything in their power to make parking easy, no matter how complex the vehicle.