That doesn't sound like a bad deal if you aren't using it, just make sure you have the ability to get the car to the people who are renting it.
Have you just tried renting a similar vehicle near you? There are lots of hidden charges that get tacked on in addition to what you see on price-line, kayak, or the rental website itself.
Thank you all for the feedback!
And thanks for putting up with me (i realized after the fact that this post may not be fully relevant to this section..).
@Colleen F. I’ve not rented a car recently, but I did do my homework. Yes, cars rent for cheaper but they are smaller (this one is a 7-seater)
@Peter M. Good point on fees. They definitely tack on things like insurance etc
I did not @Demario Scott . Dates didn't work out. But it COULD be a nice income generator. Especially in a tourist city, such as ours. Price it well and get with a good company, such as Turo. If anything it could pay your car note (if have one) each month (which lowers your monthly expenses). It has potential to boost income.
Completely, I have never considered it. I am trying to virtually have all expenses covered housing with the house hack and perhaps air bnb. Vehicle is paid of and through side hustles and and cashflow from the house hack to cover expense to have round an 80-90% savings rate.
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