When I bought my car a year ago, I figured it was the perfect vehicle for me.

It had a very clean interior, a reliable gas engine and a low maintenance price.

But the reality was that I could never afford to take it for more than a week.

As a result, I decided to rent it for the week.

That’s how much I spent on my car rental last year.

And now, my car is not available for a week more.

What can you do about it?

Here are the key takeaways from the survey: 1.

If you rent a vehicle, make sure it’s clean 2.

Make sure your car is ready to go out for a day or two before you go out to camp 3.

Renting a car takes up more than enough time for you to save on gas and maintain your vehicle 4.

You can take it to camp for a short-term stay, but it’s not worth it to spend money on gas to do that.

5.

Make the most of the day you spend with your vehicle 6.

You don’t have to spend much time at camp to save money on your car rental.

You only have to pay $35 for the car rental for the whole week.

7.

If a campgrounds or a rental car company is available, it might be worth it.

But it’s best to talk with your local campgrounds and rental companies first.

8.

You might not have to rent your car for more days than you do.

You could rent it a few days at a time, then you could take it back.

9.

A lot of people don’t take advantage of this opportunity to save a little money.

But if you do, this survey is for you.

If the survey didn’t work for you, let us know and we’ll add your comments to the story.

For more tips on how to save and spend on your vehicle, see our guide to the best car rental deals and tips to get the most out of your car.