And it’s much more expensive on the holidays.
If you’re a fan of the latest Corvette C8 mid-engine. You should know that deliveries have already begun for the first round of orders. The first R8C distribution to the National Corvette Museum was also completed. The sources suggested that the Corvette Museum will continue to supply in the wake of the novel coronavirus scare. With the fact that the museum closed during the epidemic.
One of the owners from Florida who got his hands on his latest’ Vette’ has already begun to match their new ride with new wheels, courtesy of Vossen Wheels. So, it looks very snazzy with the black shiny spokes and a slight falling, as you can see in the photos below.
When you want to experience driving this particular Corvette, you can do it. But you will, of course, get some cash out of it. The owner of this fully fitted Corvette 3LT with a Z51 kit in the Ceramic Matrix Gray Metallic paint job is Travis Williams. Who has classified the car in Turo for hire?
As low as $299 a day (from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.), minus the tour fee.
The price rises to $399 a day when you rent a car on Thursdays and the holiday. If you include the travel charge, the $299 would be $349.77, and the $399 would be $455.74—both for a normal 100 miles of distance provided. For example, the price is adjustable when you through the days you rent it.
Williams, of course, is also guarding his newest pet. You’re not going to be able to pay without cover. Plus, dogs not allowed inside because their claws could ruin the furniture. Smoking is certainly a no-no, and he tries not to misuse the vehicle (as confirmed by the PDR onboard).
Are you involved in renting this Corvette?
Williams said the car wasn’t available this weekend, so you should go ahead and search Turo to book your rental in advance. Certain rules and requirements also listed, and you may want to find them out first.