I have two bike racks for the roof (not currently on the car in these pics). If you need them, no problem, but plan on taking more time picking up the car so they can be installed. I also added in a "power strip" that has a fuse to prevent overloading the cars' electrical system. This way you can plug in a couple phones and the GPS (which, more often than not, is in the car). Car is less than a year old. It handles decent, and though I certainly wish it had more pick-up-and-go, it is certainly acceptable by most people's standards. (I sold my race car years ago... and dash-it-all! I still miss it!)
I have zero issue with people eating or drinking in the car, so long as the mess is kept to a minimum. A few sesame seeds are fine... a spilled soda? not so much. If something horrible does spill, just have the car professionally cleaned before returning it - no harm, no foul. NO smoking in the vehicle, please, as the smell gives me migraines. Other than that, basic rules apply (you know... Ann Landers type stuff.) Essentially, return the car in the same condition as when you picked it up with regards to gas and interior cleanliness.
There are a few scrapes on the fenders. It has never been in a wreck, but apparently most people can't parallel park to save their lives without getting snuggly another vehicle and I do live in downtown Annapolis.
I hardly use it up here (I'm from Fort Lauderdale)... so I figure a car share is the way to go since I hate to see it sitting for 6 to 10 days at a time.