You Down With BPP? Welcome To Our New Feature.
Desperately Seeking $185,000 Car To Test Drive.
BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Welcome to our new feature — Boca People Problems. With a hat tip to the 80s group “Naughty By Nature,” we’ll refer to our new feature as “BPP.”
You down with BPP? Yeah, you know me!
The goal of BPP is to bring a much-needed spotlight to the true problems and life challenges being experienced each and every day by the people who live in Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Boynton Beach, and other Florida locations. We ask our readers to share these tales of hardship with us as you see them yourselves on social media, in passing at stores, in emails that you receive and other sources of information. We are not looking to embarrass people — we’ll almost always redact names — but we want the world to understand the true hardships experienced here in South Florida.
We start with the problem experienced by so many. The chip shortage has led to an inability to test drive high-priced vehicles.
A woman in the BocaNewsNow.com coverage area took to Facebook to ask for help locating a Taycan Turbo S. That’s a $185,000 car.
Wrote the woman: “By any chance does anyone here own a Taycan Turbo S and would be nice enough to take us for a quick spin? We would like to test drive but dealerships do not have any in stock. Thank you!”
Tough times indeed. A challenging economy for many. COVID-19. Political issues. Environmental concerns. And now this.
We don’t know if anyone rose to the occasion to provide a Porsche Taycan Turbo S for a test drive, but we know our readers are praying. As the holidays approach, it’s important to keep those who need the basics in our hearts and minds.
If you have a BPP to share with us, please use the form below. If the form does not appear, access here.
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