How Leonardo DiCaprio Sidesteps London Traffic Jams

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How Leonardo DiCaprio Sidesteps London Traffic Jams
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Hollywood star, Leonardo DiCaprio Sidesteps has his own unique way to navigate London traffic jams.

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How Leonardo DiCaprio Sidesteps London Traffic Jams

Leonardo DiCaprio has apparently found a unique solution to avoid London’s notorious traffic congestion, different from the usual early morning rush-hour struggles.

According to a report by The Sun, the acclaimed Academy Award-winning actor has been spotted utilizing a Range Rover displaying diplomatic license plates for his travels within the city in recent weeks. This discreet vehicle, complete with tinted windows, is said to be associated with a diplomat hailing from the Ivory Coast.

It’s worth noting that while diplomatic vehicles are expected to adhere to UK traffic regulations, enforcement of these rules is often lenient when it comes to embassy vehicles.

How Leonardo DiCaprio Sidesteps London Traffic Jams
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