Why Google Car Rentals are so damn good.
They’re fast, cheap, convenient, and are more affordable than the big name rental companies like Uber or Lyft.
Plus, if you’re like me and you need a car to commute to work or school, Google Car Rental is the perfect option.
I was looking for a car in Portland and was looking to rent a car from Google, so I contacted them to find out more.
I spoke to two employees and they were very helpful and helpful.
They were very clear that Google Cars are a good option for anyone.
I found out that they only accept credit cards and they will not rent to anyone with a negative credit score.
Google Cars does accept a credit card, but only for those who are at least 18 years old and are US citizens or have permission from their parents or guardians.
I also found out they will only rent cars to people who have had at least two credit card transactions within the past year, and that they will give a $50 cash deposit as a safety deposit.
If you’re interested in a Google Car rental, you’ll want this car.
Here’s how they do it: First, you have to call them up and get in touch with them.
Once you get in contact, they’ll email you a rental agreement with instructions on how to pay and set up your credit card and insurance information.
I called and got an email saying they had a car available.
It’s a Toyota Prius with an option for a second owner for $45 a day, or $85 for a week.
I got in touch and the company confirmed they had an available car and were willing to work out the details.
I set the deposit and agreed to rent the car for $15 a day.
The car arrived on Monday, March 18th, but the day before that, I got a text message that said the car was unavailable.
They said they couldn’t make it on Monday due to a busy schedule.
I decided to call again on Monday and found out the car wasn’t available.
They explained that the company had canceled its lease with a car broker and was going to try to find another car.
I explained to them that I’d like to get a second car for my birthday, but they didn’t understand.
I told them that it was okay if I didn’t get a car the next day, but if I did, I’d have to pay the difference and be late.
They wouldn’t give me any information on what would happen.
I ended up canceling my credit card with them and just rented a Toyota Tacoma from them, which I bought a week earlier.
It was a great experience.
The company was super helpful and friendly, and the car is nice and quiet.
It also came with a lot of features, including GPS, wireless charging, and an air conditioning system.
They even have a parking spot near the entrance of the car.
The only thing I didn’s it that the car had a hood, so you’d have some extra space in your car.
Overall, I really like Google Cars, and I’ve been looking for something like this for a while now.