Florida has a lot of hot spots for renting cars, but no one has figured out how to put a rental car there.
Fox is one of the few companies that is still looking to do that.
“It’s been our vision to bring an electric car rental service to the Sunshine State for many years,” says Jim M. Dolan, president and CEO of Fox.
The company has already picked up a lease on a luxury sedan.
“We’re hoping to have a rental fleet of cars available by the end of the year,” says Dolan.
The idea has been around for years, but there’s still no firm plan to launch.
But there are a few things that have happened since the state legalized e-gadgets last spring: There are more cars on the roads.
Fox has found a number of potential tenants, including restaurants and hotels.
The new law allows e-gas stations to sell electric vehicles.
The rental cars are available for $1,200 per day.
Fox expects to have the vehicles available for rentals by the fall.
That may not be a problem for some businesses, but for those looking for a cheap option, there is a major caveat: They can’t be rented out.
“In Florida, there’s no place for an electric vehicle,” says M.J. Cascio, Fox’s head of vehicle and accessories sales.
“If you’re looking for something like a hotel or rental car service, it might not be available.
It’s a very different proposition.”
Dolan says he’s seen a few restaurants and businesses take an interest in getting into the rental business, but not everyone is ready to take the plunge.
“You can’t go to a restaurant and hire a car and rent it out,” he says.
“That would be too costly.”
For rental car enthusiasts, Fox is a great place to start.
The service is available at a number local car rental shops.
You can book a rental for as little as $75 a day and get the car within an hour.
Fox also offers a monthly rental service.
You’ll get the vehicle within 24 hours and have a lease for three months, after which you’ll be charged a monthly fee.
Fox offers a two-year lease for $995 per month.
You pay a $100 deposit for the car and pay the monthly fee when you book a car, after that, you get a monthly credit to pay off the remaining balance.
Dola says that’s a good deal.
“The lease term is actually a very good deal,” he adds.
“There’s not a lot you can do about the payment.
It might be cheaper if you had a longer lease, but that’s the only way to go.”
The service also has a rental vehicle loan option.
“They’re looking at a car loan option for the next year, maybe two years,” he explains.
The car loan will come with a 15 percent down payment.
If the car loan goes sour, Fox will refund the difference.
Fox’s lease program is also available at other local car dealerships.
If you want to book a rented car at one of those dealerships, you can ask about a one-time payment plan, which typically is $2,000.
Dolfans insurance policy doesn’t cover that kind of loan, however.
Dolas insurance policy does cover an “emergency loan” that can be used to purchase a car.
The $1 million vehicle that Fox leased will be covered for up to $300,000, according to Fox’s website.
That includes a $50,000 down payment, plus a $500,000 purchase price on the car.
“Our goal is to offer a lease program that is very flexible,” says Cascios insurance policy.
“For example, if we get a rental, we might want to increase the lease term to one year or two years.
It could be $500 or $1.5 million.”