Manhattan, NY – As I drove past the parking lot of Car Rentals in Brooklyn on my way to a new apartment, I was amazed by how much the company charged for cars it returned to me.
The company says that if a car isn’t returned within 60 days of its purchase, it is returned to the rental company.
I was surprised to see how many cars the company would charge me for returning.
I spoke with a car mechanic and he told me that they wouldn’t accept any car that wasn’t returned by the end of the 90 days that they had in the fleet.
I asked the mechanic how much money the company was charging and he replied that they don’t know.
As I walked into the garage of a rental company in Manhattan and picked up a car, I noticed that the company had placed a sticker on the vehicle stating that it would be returned if I didn’t pay it back within the allotted time.
The car mechanic told me it wasn’t the first time the company did this.
He told me he had done it before and that they usually took 30 days to refund a car.
Another mechanic who had been working for the company for almost two years told me how he had been charged $300 per car when he returned a car that was returned by Car Rental in Manhattan.
The mechanic said he had heard that other rental companies charge $100 for a car returned by another company.
He explained that this was because they were trying to get rid of the vehicle and would be returning it to Car Rent, which would then take the money they had received and use it to pay for the vehicle.
When I asked if I could take the car back, the rental car company said that I would have to pay the $300.
According to the New York Post, the company has been accused of fraud in the past.
In 2016, a former employee filed a class action lawsuit against the company, alleging that the rental cars that were being returned were not actually returned by them.
A recent article in the New Yorker details the problems with Car Rent Services in New York City.
One woman told the newspaper that she had been asked to pay $800 for a rental car that the vehicle wasn’t delivered.
It also alleged that Car Rent was charging clients to bring their own car to the service facility for repairs.
On December 11, 2016, the New Orleans Times-Picayune published an article about the New Yorkers complaints about Car Rent.
“This company was supposed to be here to help people.
This company was never supposed to have the resources and the resources to do this,” said one woman who works in Manhattan for the rental firm.
She added that she would have paid more if Car Rent had been a local company.
Several former employees told the New Jersey Times that the cars returned to them by Carrents were returned with stickers indicating that they were not delivered.
The stickers were removed by the rental companies after a customer complained.
Car Rent was founded in the 1990s by three brothers.
They are brothers David, Richard and James.
There is no word on how many customers Car Rent has since lost due to the alleged theft of car parts.