When driving across the country, does it make more sense to useA your ...
When driving across the country, does it make more sense to use your own car or to rent a newer one? I've got a 7 year old Subaru Outback -- runs fine but is not particularly gas efficient -- but am thinking of renting a basic economy-level car to drive from PA to WY and back.Full Story
#1 Feb 28, 2012
Most rental companies ( enterprise) only let you go to the next state touching their border to prevent that kinda of mileage
#2 Feb 28, 2012
...we usually rent...gives a chance to try out another make/model...nice to not worry about repairs...we use Dollar/Alamo/Avis and they offer unlimited mileage and have never experienced out of state restrictions...only out of country restrictions(particularly Mexico)...go to each website and sign up for email specials for some cash saving offers...
#3 Feb 28, 2012
I used enterprise to drive to my 20 year reunion. Illinois to Kentucky and back. They have no restrictions.
#4 Mar 5, 2012
is that the state that you learned your oral skills.
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