While the President of the United States is in office he's restricted to what cars he can use, but that doesn't stop him from owning interesting cars privately
If you become the President of the United States one day, you’ll quickly learn that the Secret Service won’t allow you to drive on public highways while in office. The huge security risk driving presents means that you’ll spend your time being chauffeured around in a presidential limo. BORING!
Despite the mandatory need to become the world’s most powerful backseat driver, there’s nothing in the presidential rulebook that says you can’t privately own cars. Today is Presidents Day in the USA, and to celebrate we’ve gathered the top 10 cars owned by presidents.