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BadGirl

I am so very blessed
You need new tires on your vehicle?

Go rent the same model car from Enterprise and just do a quick switch-a-roo. Easy peasy! You now have new tires. :biggrin:
 

Monello

Yeah, whatever
PREMO Member
You need new tires on your vehicle?

Go rent the same model car from Enterprise and just do a quick switch-a-roo. Easy peasy! You now have new tires. :biggrin:
Using this logic, just return your old car and keep the new rental car. Then you don't have to mess with changing tires.
 

limblips

Well-Known Member
PREMO Member
You need new tires on your vehicle?

Go rent the same model car from Enterprise and just do a quick switch-a-roo. Easy peasy! You now have new tires. :biggrin:
From: Back When Hertz Let You Rent a Racer: the Shelby Mustang GT350H (gtplanet.net)

For those lucky few that did manage to rent a GT350H, the venture proved to be costly. Even though the rental cost was inexpensive, often times renters had to shell out hundreds of dollars for repairs to the car.
Crafty customers quickly figured out a way around this. They would rent the car and drive it to the track where their standard Mustang was waiting. With the help of some buddies, they’d remove the engine from the GT350 and put it in their own car.
By doing this they’d avoid a costly repair bill and keep the miles on the rental car low.
 
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