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When I traveled for work, National was my choice. I don't think I ever had a car with more than 10k miles and always clean. Many were strippers, but, occasionally some pretty well equipped cars were on Emerald Aisle.
I had an Enterprise last year as an insurance rental and it kinda clean, vacuumed and windows done but certainly not what I'd call clean. It was also a Jeep Compass.... what a crappy vehicle. A co-worker has two of them and loves them, but there are such better choices
Happy Holidays all. Be safe if traveling! Wife and I are right in the middle of preparing our 7 fish Christmas Eve dinner. We will have over 30 people popping in and out tonight. Busy day!
Agreed. IMO the only thing that shouldn't be is buying out your lease.
Perhaps the forum should vote on a new punch vote system to lessen inflation of punches. I nominate a new scoring system of:A punch is a punch. new, used, leased, CPO
1 point for a new car purchase.
3/4 point for a CPO used car purchase.
1/2 point for a used car purchase.
2/3 point for a new car lease.
Is it majority rules, or is a 2/3 amendment super majority required?
I like the "Show me the money" plan.Be afraid, be very
On another note, going to look at a beater in a few minutes.
'97 Range Rover 4.0 SE. 150K miles.
Congrats on the offer.
When are you up for a performance review? If it's a long way off than as @stickguy suggested I'd bring it up along with the conversation of your new duties and role. If you are due for a performance review within a month or so, I suppose you could wait that and discuss salary at that time. I did that once and it worked out well.