A few weeks ago, New York magazine asked a series of car rental experts to help us decide which companies can get you a new vehicle.
The experts were all in their early 30s, and were in the business for the same reason.
They were looking to find a new job and a place to live that could match their needs.
If they were to do a job well, they’d want a good paying job.
If a new career opened up, they wanted a home with a nice view.
And of course, if you’re looking for a car, you’d also want a car that could handle the extra weight.
The questions were similar: Which car rentals have good rates?
Which car rent-a-mobility companies are offering good rates, and which are good companies to avoid?
The answer is, “a lot of companies are good.”
“There are a lot of people who are very comfortable with cars,” said Mark C. Trombetta, who runs the CarRental.com site.
“But they’re also the ones who think you need to make a lot more money before you can take on the burden of ownership.”
Tromfettos clients are a mix of retirees and young professionals.
“People have jobs they can’t afford to lose,” he said.
“And then they get in an accident and they’re looking at a $50,000 car and it’s just a total wreck.”
Tromebetta says his clients are more likely to use a car rental company with a “flexible schedule,” meaning they can get more mileage from a car in the off-peak hours.
That flexibility is key, Troms says.
“The fact that they can make that flexibility work with the need to have a car for work is an asset.”
A typical car rental is a three-month rental with a month’s payment in cash.
That payment includes a $1,000 deposit that covers most repairs.
After that, a monthly payment drops to $600 or so.
The car usually has a lease and an insurance policy that protects against accidents.
“We don’t charge a percentage of the rental,” said Tromeo.
“Our rates are usually below what you’d see for a rental car.
You pay upfront and they pay it off in the end.”
A good car rental can offer a variety of car options.
If you have a large family, you might choose a sedan with a few seats, while an SUV or crossover might be more suited for the younger person.
But for most people, a car is more than a car.
It’s a personal, dependable transportation, and it can be an investment.
If the price is right, it’ll make you feel secure, too.
Here’s what to look for: Car insurance: If you’re going to drive a car to get to work, you’ll want to have enough money to cover the cost of a collision and the repairs.
Car insurance can save you money on a car insurance policy.
But if you don’t have a policy, you can get quotes from other companies.
Most insurance companies require that you buy a car with a collision coverage, but they don’t require you to buy collision insurance on every vehicle you drive.
“If you have to have collision coverage on a rental vehicle, you have no obligation to buy that,” said Steven H. Giesbrecht, president and CEO of the Insurance Information Institute, a nonprofit industry trade group.
“You just have to pay it.
And if it’s not required, you probably can skip that requirement.”
You’ll pay for collision coverage by using a third-party car rental provider.
That third-parties vehicle is called a car transfer service, or TCV.
If your insurance company has a policy for rental cars, you may qualify for a discount on the cost.
You can find a car at a Trombo, a third party vehicle rental company, or a TSM, a rental company that provides its own cars.
TMCs, for example, have a leasing program that includes leasing cars to customers.
The company will reimburse you for the first $500 you pay, but the company will charge you a monthly rental fee that ranges from $1.95 to $2.95.
Toms car is one of the more expensive rental vehicles in the market, with a rental cost of $1 at most.
TMS, a TCL, and TMC have a different pricing model, with lower rental rates.
Tombo charges $5,000 for a lease, while TCL charges $1 per month and TSM charges $4 per month.
You’ll also pay for the vehicle through the TMC car transfer system, which allows you to rent a car from one of those three companies.
“This is one thing I like about TMC and TCL,” said John E. Meeks, president of the TCL Car Transfer Association.