The Rising Trend of High-End Rental Cars

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Picture this: You have a Phantom, Ghost or Wraith that you’re quite satisfied with, but a flight across the country necessitates a rental car for several days. The rental companies at the airport have several tiers to choose from depending on what you’re in the mood for.

What you might not know, however, is that a whole new collection of upper-tier vehicles are available to rent, even those from our brand, Rolls-Royce. They might not be available from the companies at the airport, but depending on the city you’re in, they might be available.

One such company is Beverly Hills Rent a Car in…Las Vegas, Nevada. We’re assuming that they chose the name of the California town for status reasons, though it obviously doesn’t translate well when you establish franchises in cities other than Beverly Hills. In any case, with six different locations they’re able to provide a number of Rolls-Royces starting from the entry-level Ghost—just $1,899 per day—up to the Drophead Coupe at a tumescent $2,499 per day.

Many people see rental opportunities such as these as extended test drives. High-end rental firms don’t affix any stickers, signage, or even markers on the keys so that customers can feel that the car is theirs. This also convinces passersby that the car is yours, and lets you experience what it would be like to own the car. Gauche? Only if you don’t belong.

Some customers even opt to drive their vehicles home instead of booking a return ticket. This extended rental lets you evaluate your Rolls-Royce on all manner of roads in a variety of situations. If you like it, now you know. You can swing by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Raleigh to order one bespoke, send the dusty one back whence it came, and enjoy the burgeoning relationship you have begun.

Whatever your decision, we encourage this as a gradual means of familiarizing yourself with Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.

The Rising Trend of High-End Rental Cars was last modified: January 6th, 2015 by Rolls-Royce Raleigh

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