This car has always been there for me - hassle free and 100% reliable. While it is a sedan, it has the best of both worlds: compact enough to be agile and manageable, but also has a super spacious back seat which keeps back seat passengers comfortable and enjoyable, or serves as extra storage space. Comes with a solid amount of trunk storage. Always an easy, safe, and smooth ride. Automatic moonroof, bluetooth hands-free, USB auxiliary jack - all the staples you need. more specs below. Happy cruising!
Honda Accord, 2012 EX-L
4 door, automatic
27 MPG (23 city, 34 highway)
One-touch Power Moonroof
Leather Seats, Heated Front Seats
Power Windows, Door Locks and Trunk
Honda Premium Audio System
Bluetooth HandsFree Link
USB Audio Interface
Auxiliary Input Jack
Dual Zone Automatic Climate Control
Rear Console Vents
Maintenance Minder System
airbags (front passenger/driver + side airbags + curtain airbags)
Tire Pressure Monitoring System
Parking in SF:
1. Always read parking signs
2. Always Curb Your Tires on Hills and Use E-break!! (failing to do so will 100% earn you a ticket, even if it's just an extremely slight incline or decline).
Always angle your front wheels so if your vehicle were hit or its brakes were to fail, it would roll into the curb and not into traffic. Here's how....
On a sloping driveway, turn the wheels so the vehicle will not roll into the street. Set your parking brake.
Headed downhill, turn your front wheels into the curb or toward the side of the road. Set your parking brake.
Headed uphill, turn your front wheels away from the curb and let your vehicle roll back a few inches. The wheel should gently touch the curb. Set your parking brake.
Headed either uphill or downhill when there is no curb, turn the wheels so the vehicle will roll away from the center of the road if your brakes fail.
3. Get a quick summary of other important parking rules here: https://www.sfmta.com/getting-around/parking/how-park-legally
No pets please, and No smoking. Please return it as you found it :)
How do I pick up and turn in the car after my rental period is complete?
I will share my address with you and you will find my car parked in a driveway. There will be a lockbox that contains the car keys. I will share the lock box code with you once the car is booked. After your rental period, you will return the car to the driveway and lock the keys in the lock box. Thanks!