Tax Loophole Creates Limo Town
It just might be easier to get a limo ride in the remote Indian town of Ludhiana than it is in New York City or Las Vegas.
The village, with it's dusty streets and free-roaming animals, is bursting at the seams with limousines. So far nearly 400 drivers have set up shop because of a local law that exempts owners from paying any car taxes.
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