This Lady in Red is a fun drive. She's been around since the nineties, and she's got a lot of miles on her, but experience can be a virtue too, right? Plus, retro is in now, so who doesn't want to drive a red car named after a gun that was made when Clinton was President?
Helpful hints for renters booked to drive the Lady in Red:
-RelayRide insurance card stored behind driver's sun visor
-GPS stored in glove compartment and bike rack stored in trunk
-tape adapter available in tape deck so you can plug in your iSomething and get to jamming as you depart--NPR set as radio preset, obviously
-door handles are vertical, not horizontal--hello awesome!
-windows open with a button in the middle and windshield wiper dial is in the middle, level with the steering wheel--who needs traditional car layouts?
-automatic lock button on driver's side is broken, so must lock manually--more reason to bring your honey with you on trips to copilot
-"Service Engine Light" is indefinitely on, it's been checked by many a car repair, but alas, no service need--it's like April Fool's is a year-long tradition when you look at the dashboard, hurrah!