Lamborghini Hire, 3 Tips For Making the Most of It

January 9, 2018

So you’ve finally decided to hire that Lamborghini for a couple of days, it’s about time. Here’s how to make the most of it. The process of hiring a Lamborghini can be a rather stressful one dependent on the city you’ve decided it will take place in. It’s important you keep in mind these five tips for a smooth and seamless process. 

 

Tip # 1… always read through your contract for hire carefully, though not all rental companies sneak in contractual language that can effect your security deposit and rental, some do. We have heard stories from companies out West who have actually held entire deposits for redlining the vehicle and speeding in excess of 80 mph. These companies will sneak this language into the fine print and not inform you, leaving you with the bill when you break these rules. Though reading through a contract may seem tedious, it’s worth avoiding a $5,000 bill. 

 

Tip #2 …demand you receive photos of the exact cars you’ll be renting. It’s not rare for you to rent one vehicle from a rental company and receive another. A company may book you for a Lamborghini Huracan Spyder then decide they got a better rental and give you a Ferrari 458 Spider, it’s important you get in writing whether via text, email or confirmation that this is the exact car you’re receiving to ensure you don’t end up with something you never wanted in the first place!

 

Tip #3…you get what you pay for and we’ll repeat that again slowly you get…what you pay for! The biggest issue in this type of niche is quality control, you may pay less money for a car per day at one place but you also may end up with an older model vehicle with 40-50k miles. I don’t know if you’ve ever driven a Lamborghini with that many miles on it, but trust us, it drives more like a liability and less like a supercar. 

 

So what’s the overall message when hiring a Lamborghini? Do your research first and make a decision second! Thanks for reading. 

 

 

 

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