Except there is no insurance or maintenance.I completely agree. For example i had a driver that rents. They drive 1500 miles a week.
About 800 per month. When you have agreements with multiple parties, profit goes down. Also there is insurrance, maintenance, etc.
Interesting that the cop said that. Did he give you a ticket for not carrying insurance? I wonder if hertz has some sort of bond with the dmv at a large scale or something. I honestly can't remember if they even said anything about insurance at all when picking up cars. It's been a few months since I did so.The thing that you all don't know guys is hertz cars don't have liability insurance, so if u did any accident you're F****, no kidding, uber Inssurance covers you only while ubering, and if it's your fault it doesn't cover hertz car which has damage waiver protection for 1000$ Deductible, also I got pulled over once and the cup told me the car had no insurance.
Good luck guys.
I had read that but the syntax threw me off, my bad.I was not talking about us the driver. If you read the person I quoted it might have made more sense.
Ditto, ftr. The rental was kind of the shit if I'm being honest. Road trips with option to uber... Was nice.Just because I drive a rental to shuttle PAX to and fro doesn't mean I don't also own a nice car with full insurance including a rideshare endorsement to limit my liability in case of any accident and hedge against uber/Lyft deductibles regardless of what car I'm driving at the moment.