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Jan 17, 2019

  1. AZDave
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    Saw this on Shark Tank and was surprised that O'Leary bought into it.

    What could possibly go wrong with this? You get to drive - for free - a car for up to two hours, then only $5.99 / hour there after. Bunch of advertising on it, but hey it's FREE!

    https://www.waivecar.com/index.html
     
    AZDave, Jan 17, 2019
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    You get up in the AM and your car won't work and you have sales calls all day. You get the waive car at 7 AM and return it at 7 PM. That's 12 hours. The first two are free. The next 10 are $59.90, more than you would likely pay for a rental car in most places, and you still have to buy gasoline.

    Pay me to drive a car with advertising on it and I'm in.
     
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    I saw the title and thought Obama was campaigning again.
     
    vic120, Jan 17, 2019
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    goillini52 MAGA...Eat More Bacon & BUILD THAT WALL!!!

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    What if it's advertizing for your competition? :laugh:
     
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    I thought it was Oprah that gave out free cars.

    I guess I would just go work for my competition.
     
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    Their website spells out the issue I guess I would have with the service in that you are restricted to a certain radius of the "free" car HUB. Also you get a whole 15 minutes to walk to the nearest Waivecar. It would be my luck that I am late to pick one up (extra charge) or the one I get is charged for only 30 miles of travel. I am glad that my phone won't ring with someone from the company inquiring about coverage for their fleet
     
    fed up, Jan 18, 2019
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