Hotwire is offering a free “hotwire” rental car for anyone with a smartphone.
The service was launched by Google, which has said it’s going to help people with limited mobility get around the world.
This means that you don’t need to be an Android user to sign up.
The car is only available for a week, and it will be up for rental for another three weeks, until October, at which point you can either take it for a spin or keep it.
The price for the vehicle is $1,900 per week.
“The car is designed to work like a taxi.
You will pay $1 per mile you drive on the road, so the car will take you to and from the airport and back, and you will pay no more than $1.50 per mile.
The cost of parking is $200 per month, and the driver will be paid $100 per day for the trip.
The app will allow you to use the car as an overnight pickup, as well as a drop-off spot.
Hotwire also says the car’s price will go down if you use the app to pick up someone else’s car, as the vehicle will take your name and address.”
For now, the free car only works in the US.
You can sign up for the Hotwire car service for free from Google’s website.
You must have a Google account to rent a Hotwire vehicle.
The Hotwire rental service is a nice perk to have, especially if you are looking for a quick ride around town.
You’re essentially giving your phone a free ride, so you don.t have to do anything to get to the hotel.
Google’s $1-per-mile offer is great for people who need a free way to get around their town.
It’s also great if you need to get from one part of town to another, like when you are staying at a hotel or if you just need to stop in and grab something.
HotWire is not available in the UK, but you can rent a car at the US Embassy or the United Kingdom’s Ministry of Defence.
It doesn’t seem like a lot of mileage to use this service, but if you’re going to use your phone to get home from work or school, it might be worth the tradeoff.