Kylie Jenner/Kardashian Crashes Her New Range Rover: Too Young To drive?

It took less than two months for the youngest of the Kardashians to crash her brand new Range Rover she got finished in black. Being young and with very little experience in driving doesn’t seem like is bothering anybody, though. She’s famous and can afford expensive off-roaders so there’s no minor incident that would stop her from taking them to the road.
Kylie Jenner's Range Rover 1 photo
Photo: Kylie Jenner's Instagram
In the last months this celebrity managed to get two tickets, one for speeding and the other for driving along with a teenager. Kylie just celebrated her 17th anniversary which means she is still too young to be driving like an adult. Well, considering the cars she has been seen in, some people would think she’s too young to own such vehicles, as well…

Anyway, TMZ reports the brunette was driving after dinner, on Thursday, at Katsuya in Glendale, California when she found herself in yet another car incident. This time, she crashed her brand new Range Rover, the same the reality star got less than two months ago. The young model apparently told her parents the accident happened when a woman in another car got cut off. According to the source, Kylie claimed the woman then swerved into her lane and rear ended her.

Having her SUV bumping with other cars in traffic is not even the first incident in this celebrity’s short driving records. 18 days after obtaining her driving license, last August, Kylie slammed her G-Wagon into the back of a Toyota which then subsequently hit a Volkswagen SUV.

With every celebrity out there buying a new luxury SUV, whether it’s a G-Wagon or a Range Rover, our theory proves to be true. We think that a good part of famous people in the showbiz drive these expensive 4x4 just to show off. The great options of adventure these vehicles offer have nothing to do with the reason these folks actually buy them for.
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