London council to crackdown on Gulf luxury cars
The council of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea has started a crackdown on tourists
The summer arrival to London of expensive Gulf-owned cars has become an annual event as rich Arabs move to Britain and some bring with them their luxury vehicles, which for much of the time are parked outside luxury shops, five-star hotels and on exclusive streets.
The council of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea has started a crackdown on tourists who do not behave with their Lamborghinis, Rolls Royces and Ferraris.
The Council proposes to combat the “excessive level of noise, nuisance, annoyance, danger or risk of harm or injury” and those who pose a problem could be fined, prosecuted or have their cars seized.