Lindsay Lohan is known for many, many things but her driving skills are not one of them. She recently “bumped” into a baby stroller in her last car which was a 2010 Maserati Quattroporte (a car that was recommended to her by close friend Mel Gibson, who crashed his into a large boulder in Malibu) as she was coming to a rolling stop near her home in Venice, California. And who can forget the time La Lohan totaled her Mercedes SL65 convertible by crashing into a tree in one of her myriad DUI cases?
So what, pray tell, is Ms. Lohan driving now - especially considering the scary fact that she has been let loose on the streets after completing her court ordered house arrest? Trust us, if you live in Los Angeles there is nothing scarier than Lindsay Lohan hitting the streets except possibly the thought of the 405 being closed for an entire weekend thereby sparking a media frenzy known “Carmageddon.”
If you really think about it however, Lindsay Lohan driving is far more like what the Bible’s Book of Revelations was talking about when it referred to the four horsemen of the apocalypse. You see, it was referring to this woman owning cars that clearly have too much “horse” power relative to her clearly limited driving capabilities. Honestly now, should Lindsay Lohan be behind the wheel of a brand new 2011 Maserati Gran Turismo Coupe considering the fact that she backed her Quattroporte into parked cars on at least two occasions that were caught by paparazzi?
Might we recommend La Lohan buy a much more sensibly sized and powered Honda Fit? That car is much better suited to “less capable” drivers who need to multi-task while driving as this diminutive Honda is a much better “Fit” for people who usually have a cell phone, lit cigarette and a Frappuccino in their hands as they attempt to maneuver through traffic. Unless, of course, the 2011 Maserati Gran Tursismo has a special compartment in the glovebox where you can hide stolen necklaces. Allegedly, of course.