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!
1996 Chevrolet BerettaThe Lady in Red154.512
Addie was warm and friendly and the car reliable-- as usual!
I had a great time with Addie's Lady in Red! Addie was friendly and responsive throughout the process. Her car is old, but well maintained. It is a peppy little thing that got me to my destinations around Michigan in good cheer. Addie was diligent in pointing out any minor quirks about the car, so there were no problems. I would most definitely rent from Addie again!