drug dealer cars

Drug Dealer Cars

What do you think a professional drug dealer drives? The answer: It all depends on where you do business in. Where I do business, Mercedes, Range Rover, Jaguar, Cayenne, and BMW are considered normal cars. That is why I drive one of those. It’s considered normal, so it blends in. I would never drive anything fancier or of lesser rank because it would cause too much suspicion.

Think in terms of ratios when choosing your car. For every 100 cars, if you see 50 Mercedes, 10 Jaguars, 10 BMW, 10 Cayenne, 5 Porsche, 3 Ferrari, 2 Rolls Royce, and 10 Range Rovers, what would you choose? Obviously the Mercedes because there are 50 of them. Then we break them down even further by color. If there are 30 White Mercedes, 10 Black, 5 Red, and 5 Blue, which one would you choose? Obviously white, the color of cocaine.

Choose a common car that blends in with the scene. Choose the make, model, and similar colors associated with it. What’s the most common car in your hood? For every 20 cars, what do you see? Choose the car that you see most. The goal is to blend in.

Never drive luxury cars such as Lamborghini, Ferrari, Porsche, etc. while you’re still in the game. Save all that for after the game. I had a dude driving a Porsche in the hood, one of my business partners. I took the car away from him, put it in storage, then bought him a Honda Civic. Now that’s all he drives. I will give the car back after he exits the game.

We mustn’t forget that we are goal-oriented criminals, not career criminals. We set goals and when we reach them, we exit the game. 3 years in the game should be long enough to be able to stack your dough. During that time, you must sacrifice. Having money makes you want to stand out and shout success but don’t. That is a big no-no because once you do that, you start attracting the wrong kinds of attention. Never stand out. Remain low key.

Read the book and become a pro. Read the book “How to Sell Cocaine” today on Amazon.

Get an edge over your competition. 


Kenny K.



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