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EXCLUSIVE: Lindsay Lohan Given A Free Ride, Gets $135K New Range Rover


Jan. 7 2011, Published 5:35 a.m. ET

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Lindsay Lohan has a hot new set of wheels to drive around town thanks to a Beverly Hills service shop who has lent the rehabbed starlet a 2010 ONYX Range Rover, has learned.

“Thanks @Trevkgimotors and Amber at for the ONYX range rover,” Lindsay posted on her Twitter account Thursday. has confirmed through a source that GI Motorsports – a maintenance, repair and performance shop – in Beverly Hills has given the 24-year-old the Range Rover to drive for an undisclosed amount of time.

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According to one Range Rover dealership, the ONYX Range Rover is a custom series and there were only 300 made worldwide.

The sticker price for such a ride - approximately $135,000.00!

The actress ran into some car trouble with her Mercedes on Wednesday when she got a $65 ticket on the windshield for failing to have a parking permit in the Beverly Hills neighborhood she was visiting.

As was first to report, Lindsay was released from her 90-day rehab stint in Rancho Mirage, California on January 3 – despite the Mean Girls actress’ attempt to thwart the media by emailing that she was still at the Betty Ford Center.

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Since her release, Lindsay has been spotted around Los Angeles hitting the gym, reuniting with her Freaky Friday co-star Jamie Lee Curtis and meeting with friends while her new Venice home is being prepped for her to move in.

Lohan was ordered to rehab in connection with her 2007 DUI conviction, as her repeated failures to meet the terms of her probation caused her to serve two stints in rehab – and two in jail – last year.



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