I asked you what vehicles witfal owns because you said he could not afford a
bigger vehicle. Without your knowing what he owns, your statement is vapor.
I won't tell you (yet) what I own because you're incapable of staying
focused, so the information would merely serve as a distraction and cause
more clutter in this discussion. I'm in no mood for your clutter.
What vehicles does witfal own?
That's a good idea. I tried it once when my previous car, a Taurus, broke
down while towing the boat. What I found out was that no rental company in
NY will allow you to tow anything with their vehicles unless they provide
the trailer. Not even U-Haul. The only way you can tow is if they provide
the "trailer", or the dolly for hauling a car.
It's a bad idea in terms of fuel use for me, though. I work at home. Unless
I'm towing the boat any distance, I put very few miles on the truck. If I
rented, I'd be using the same amount of fuel (or more) in a similar rented
Excuse me? Car, truck, what the fuck is the difference? Every agency I
called (and I called them all) said the same thing: In NY, they can't allow
you to tow with their vehicle. It wouldn't have mattered if they rented me a
car or a truck. NO TOWING.
I know you're stupid, but I know you're not blind.
YOU CAN'T RENT ANYTHING IN NY STATE FOR TOWING UNLESS THE RENTAL AGENCY
PROVIDES THE THING YOU ARE TOWING.
Period. End of story. The only exceptions are for large commercial equipment
like diesel trucks that will haul actual truck trailers, as in "18
wheelers". They and other commercial uses are exceptions because of the
different class of insurance involved.
And no, you can't buy special insurance to tow with a mini-van from Hertz,
Avis, U-Haul etc.
Now, shut the fuck up.
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