There's people out there who try to buy a car and treat it like the old boat rentals they used to have at lakes. They hope it pays for itself via rentals, then they have the residual asset of some worth to resale.It's not a bad idea but the reality is when/if the 'what if' scenario arises.... Someone has to assume full responsibility of the cars value & then some in case of damages, theft, or injury.
Not many individuals would be willing to risk that. Corporations that lease/rent cars have insurance coverage to cover their butts. Individuals not so much.
Promises or a gentleman's handshake won't do much good here.
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