How pretentious. Wow. As if owning an exotic requires someone to act in accord to a code.
If a person needs rules to be a good car owner, so be it.. No harm no foul. I really don't see any harm in it..
Let's look at the opposite.
1. I will not care about what others think of my dirty car, nor will I care about whether or not it runs perfectly. If it breaks on me, that's what mechanics are for. If someone doesn't like my dirty car, it's their problem.
2. I will not bother answering any questions pertaining to my car. And any stupid questions will get an "Oh, it's just down the road" answer from me as get in my car and drive off.
3. I will always try to park in an area which draws little to no attention. So as to keep people from taking pictures of my license plate and interior of my car. So as to keep dirtly little hands off my car. So as to not have to listen to stupid questions or statements like "Uh is that one of them thar Locusts?", or "Look it's a Lotus Tesla".
4. I will drive my car to my heart's content, so long as I don't kill myself or get jail-time. I will try not to get more than 1 speeding ticket every 18 months.
5. My car is my heaven. I will enjoy every moment in it and make sure it will always be my heaven, and not my hell.
6. I will avoid any and all community services as they have nothing to do with whether I drive a Pinto or Bugatti, and by showing up in a very expensive car, only furthers the false hope people have on the wealthy to cure the world's problems. Rich people don't give. That's why we're rich. Hello?
7. To keep my car exotic as exclusive and rare as possible, I will tell most people what a pain it is to own, how terrible it drives, and how it's burning my pockets due to mechanical issues.
8. As I uncover flaws and failures in my routine inspections and regular use, I will try to forget that I mistakened the term "handbuilt" for a selling point, and remember the large sum of money I forked over--which is more the reason I will be compelled to complain and ensure [the Company] fixes the issue promptly, and *never* chalk up poor worksmanship as "character".
... Actually now that I think about it....