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Q: renting 760 BMW ( No Answer,   2 Comments )
Subject: renting 760 BMW
Category: Sports and Recreation > Automotive
Asked by: ezmathtrix-ga
List Price: $5.00
Posted: 21 Oct 2006 06:07 PDT
Expires: 20 Nov 2006 05:07 PST
Question ID: 775565
I leased 2003 BMW 760 (12 Cylinder Luxury vehicle) and still have one
more month to go. Since my lease is nearing, I just leased another new
vehicle (audi S8) few days ago. Instead of giving back this 760, one
month ahead to BMW dealer, is there any way, I can make use of 760 BMW
renting to
some one for one month, so that I do not have loose one month lease

I would like to know any easy and legal safe ways to rent or do some thing with
this extra car for a month. If so, how do I approach them? Is there
any place where people request for renting the unique cars like 760

Thanks for your answer in advance.
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: renting 760 BMW
From: politicalguru-ga on 21 Oct 2006 06:34 PDT
Have you checked your contract and insurance? Both usually look not
too favourably on letting your car to strangers. In addition, if
you've ever been to a car rental agency, you'd known that rental
agencies sign you up on a contract, which was written by a lawyer, and
specifies the possible arrangements in case of problem. How would you
ensure that the person "renting" the car would not steal it? What if
they'll have an accident or get pulled off? Would you pay their fines
if they get a speeding ticket?

However, one thing I could think of, is that there are charities that
would be happy to use your car for that time, and it could be
considered part of your donations to charity.
Subject: Re: renting 760 BMW
From: dasaini408-ga on 21 Oct 2006 08:47 PDT
You usually don't have to keep your lease until the end of the term.
Call you leasing company and see what your ways out are. The one way
that I am sure of is to sell it, and pay off the leasing company. (but
I doubt you would like to go through that headache. Another is to
trade it in for a new car (but you already got your new car, and I'm
not sure how this would apply to another lease). But, the best way is
to check with your leasing company.

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