i was looking at entry level stuff. was gonna start with the GENIV dodge viper.
@ ratchet, i already asked the dealer, no dice. they do not provide insurance. their options are A.) have third party insurance B.) get an AMEX card which comes with insurance or C.) have a 10,000 dollar hold placed on my credit card.
The easiest option is if you carry an insurance policy on a personal vehicle that you own or lease. They will verify with your insurer that your policy is active. Check if they will do that for your fathers insurance. Worst comes to worst there are some 3rd-party companies that provide damage waiver products, ask the rental company.
"Customers from other state are required to maintain full-coverage insurance (liability, comprehensive, and collision)."
The hell with a viper, go with a real exotic Don't crash that shit though, a lot of horsepower with no control on those vipers.
About a month ago we ended up going on a trip in key west with my fcar and my buddies 3 vipers. On our way back it rained a little and one of them unfortunately lost traction. The viper hit the rail then took out 3 cars, a crane, a power line and went off the bridge. Lucky the bastard comes out without a scratch on him while the only thing of the viper was its frame.
It's been raining everyday here lately so gotta be careful.
That's like telling someone who is on steroids how awesome creatine is.
It all depends on what you are after though, some people like to go fast on the red light, others like to come out of a corner with the tail whipping out, others just like to stack women in the passenger sit. Nothing wrong with any of those, just got to ask yourself what you are looking for.
You're a big boy HM, make sure you can fit properly in one of those, very tight fit.
Yeah, obviously a Ferrari or Lambo would be much better. But they also cost a shitload more. Just giving him some feedback of someone who actually rented a Viper in southern Florida. He didn't rent it to impress girls (even though it did). He rented hit for the sheer power and the fun factor of driving a beastly car like that.
Edit: BTW the way your analogy makes no sense. It'd make sense if HM drove a Lambo every day, but obviously a Viper's a step up for him since that's the car he's looking to rent.