A car rental agency in Montana has started selling rental cars and has also begun offering free rides.
The Car Rental Agency in Bozeman, Mont., has become one of the first companies to accept payments via credit cards and mobile devices.
It was founded in February 2016 by Adam Buss, who owns the Bozemen Auto Rental Group.
Buss said he started thinking about getting a car after seeing his neighbors get into trouble for parking their cars outside a gas station, then getting into a car accident that killed his friend and ended up costing the company millions.
“I wanted to make sure that the people who had been in the situation didn’t end up having to deal with it, and I felt that the more people in the carpool lane, the better off the car rental would be,” he said.
A customer walks past a sign in Bozaneman, Montana, showing that a company is accepting payments through credit cards, a mobile device, or both.
With so many people sharing cars with each other, it makes sense that companies like Bozanemen Auto Rentals would find a way to make money off of the car sharing.
The company currently rents cars for a fee of $1,000, but Buss hopes to expand its car rental services and offer more services to help drivers keep their cars in good shape.
There are about 100 vehicles on the company’s fleet.
It’s a growing business.
To begin renting a car, the customer pays the company a $500 deposit, and then the company gives the customer a rental car for a few days, usually two or three weeks.
If the rental car is not returned within a few weeks, the owner of the rental is responsible for the rental vehicle and the costs of repairs.
Each rental vehicle is assigned a location and then assigned a name.
Bozanemans is not a dealership, so the cars are not leased out, but instead are rented on the spot, and the company is not obligated to return them to the owner.
Once the customer has paid the deposit, they can then rent the rental.
The rental company is required to notify the owner when the vehicle has been returned.
The owner of a rental may also be responsible for paying any applicable fees, such as insurance, and taxes.
Bozaneman Auto Rentings also offers free rides to residents of the community who have an existing car rental in Bozing, Montana.
The rides start at $20 per ride, and include gas, insurance, tow tag, registration, and an additional $25 in taxes.
The service is available from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The price is per person and is valid for a maximum of five people.
Another new way to pay for car rentals has been offered by a company called Car Rodeo.
The Car Rodedo app is a service that connects you to a rental company through your phone.
The app allows you to pay through a credit card or other payment method.
Rodeo said the app is available to drivers in Boze and the Dakotas, but the company has not yet rolled out the service in Montana.