Super Cheap Car Rental Announces The Winner of It s Not So New Car Giveaway Selfie Contest – 13 WTHR Indianapolis #quality #used #cars


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Super Cheap Car Rental Announces The Winner of It’s “Not So New Car Giveaway Selfie Contest” – 13 WTHR Indianapolis

Super Cheap Car Rental Announces The Winner of It’s “Not So New Car Giveaway Selfie Contest”

Posted: Monday, November 30, 2015 8:19 PM EST

California Car Rental Company Gives Away a 2006 4-door 5-passenger Toyota Corolla

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 30, 2015

In 2014, Super Cheap Car Rental announced their Not So New Car Giveaway Selfie Contest to offer their customers a chance to win a 2006 4-door 5-passenger Toyota Corolla. This month, they are thrilled to announce the winner. Congratulations to Sarah Jane Cass for winning the Not So New Car Giveaway!

The Not So New Car Giveaway was held for loyal customers of Super Cheap Car Rental as a way to show their gratitude for the community that has collected around the company. Cass, who rents from Super Cheap with every visit to L.A. posted her selfie and won the prize by popular vote via Facebook. We spoke with Cass to get her thoughts on the big win and why she chooses to rent with Super Cheap.

I had nightmares in the past with big car rental companies, explains Cass. She contrasts her experiences of renting from big corporations with the friendly, no surprise experience of Super Cheap rentals. It was what I expected. I had really lovely email conversations about pricing and what it would include before I booked. I just didn t have any surprises and having zero excess charges I think it s a really great plus, as well.

Cass began renting from Super Cheap when she was staying with her friend in Los Angeles. She discovered that in the fast pace, expansive metropolis of LA, it was easier to drive than to take public transit for the month she was there. To avoid the exorbitant amounts of big corporate companies, her friend recommended that Cass take advantage of Super Cheap s affordable long-term rates. During that time, she learned that the benefits of Super Cheap are more than just affordability. She explained her first rental as a very lovely experience and described how they [Super Cheap agents] checked in two weeks later to see how the rental car was doing and if I had any problems. Cass has been renting from Super Cheap ever since.

Enjoy the Corolla, Sarah!

To find out more about Super Cheap Car Rental and how you can benefit from friendly service with great rates, visit their website at http://www.supercheapcar.com .


Ex-police car at center of heated debate – 13 WTHR Indianapolis #car #bulbs


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Ex-police car at center of heated debate

The car, which still has sheriff’s department markings, was towed by Lawrence Police.

Indiana law says the markings must go before the car is sold.

Lawrence – An east side business owner says police are harassing him. Officers say they re enforcing the law on retired police cars.

People often have mixed feelings about police cars. We certainly don t like seeing them with their red lights flashing and siren wailing in our rear view mirror. But we do want them patrolling and responding to crime, and we want them to be seen.

Right now there is a marked sheriff s vehicle sitting in a north side lot. Chief Jack Bailey of the Lawrence Police Department says they towed it. “The reason the car was towed,” Bailey said,” is they were warned a couple years ago.”

The warning dealt with the law and what it says about marked police cars and the public. It is illegal for private citizens to have emergency red-blue lights or drive marked police cars on the street.

We asked store owner James Shelley if he d ever tried to give the impression he was a police officer. His answer: “No, no it s a security thing. Lots all along Pendleton Pike put old police cars out front for the security.”

Shelley, who owns a furniture store, says it is a friend s retired cruiser, bought at auction, and he parks it outside his Pendleton Pike store during tent sales.

“It is never driven on the streets and it s just an old police cruiser,” says Shelley.

But in 2004 police reported seeing Shelley driving the unit on Pendleton Pike which would put him at odds with a state law barring retired, marked police cars on the street. Still, he was not arrested or ticketed then.

The police -ype dash board lights are gone now, and the roof antenna also, confiscated by the police.

But no charges have been brought so far in this case. Shelley, whose car was investigated twice since July 4th when he was on his honeymoon, says that s it.

Shelley: “Three times they harassed me. So I m just getting rid of it.”

MacAnally: “You feel it is harassment, sir?”

Shelley: “Do I feel it s harassment, sir? Oh yeah, it s private property.”

Police Chief Bailey: “We re not harassing anybody. If they re violating the state law they re violating the state law. We just want them to comply with the law.”

You can go to eBay and you ll find old police cars on sale. Most of the police cars we found had all markings removed.

That s the law in Indiana. A company selling old police cars must remove those police insignia.

The car in Lawrence was originally owned by the Delaware County Sheriff s Department which said it makes sure all markings like this one are taken off. However, a few years ago, a private company that was supposed to do that wasn t getting the job done.


Ex-police car at center of heated debate – 13 WTHR Indianapolis #car #servicing


#ex police cars for sale
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Ex-police car at center of heated debate

The car, which still has sheriff’s department markings, was towed by Lawrence Police.

Indiana law says the markings must go before the car is sold.

Lawrence – An east side business owner says police are harassing him. Officers say they re enforcing the law on retired police cars.

People often have mixed feelings about police cars. We certainly don t like seeing them with their red lights flashing and siren wailing in our rear view mirror. But we do want them patrolling and responding to crime, and we want them to be seen.

Right now there is a marked sheriff s vehicle sitting in a north side lot. Chief Jack Bailey of the Lawrence Police Department says they towed it. “The reason the car was towed,” Bailey said,” is they were warned a couple years ago.”

The warning dealt with the law and what it says about marked police cars and the public. It is illegal for private citizens to have emergency red-blue lights or drive marked police cars on the street.

We asked store owner James Shelley if he d ever tried to give the impression he was a police officer. His answer: “No, no it s a security thing. Lots all along Pendleton Pike put old police cars out front for the security.”

Shelley, who owns a furniture store, says it is a friend s retired cruiser, bought at auction, and he parks it outside his Pendleton Pike store during tent sales.

“It is never driven on the streets and it s just an old police cruiser,” says Shelley.

But in 2004 police reported seeing Shelley driving the unit on Pendleton Pike which would put him at odds with a state law barring retired, marked police cars on the street. Still, he was not arrested or ticketed then.

The police -ype dash board lights are gone now, and the roof antenna also, confiscated by the police.

But no charges have been brought so far in this case. Shelley, whose car was investigated twice since July 4th when he was on his honeymoon, says that s it.

Shelley: “Three times they harassed me. So I m just getting rid of it.”

MacAnally: “You feel it is harassment, sir?”

Shelley: “Do I feel it s harassment, sir? Oh yeah, it s private property.”

Police Chief Bailey: “We re not harassing anybody. If they re violating the state law they re violating the state law. We just want them to comply with the law.”

You can go to eBay and you ll find old police cars on sale. Most of the police cars we found had all markings removed.

That s the law in Indiana. A company selling old police cars must remove those police insignia.

The car in Lawrence was originally owned by the Delaware County Sheriff s Department which said it makes sure all markings like this one are taken off. However, a few years ago, a private company that was supposed to do that wasn t getting the job done.


Super Cheap Car Rental Announces The Winner of It s Not So New Car Giveaway Selfie Contest – 13 WTHR Indianapolis


#rental cars cheap
#

Super Cheap Car Rental Announces The Winner of It’s “Not So New Car Giveaway Selfie Contest” – 13 WTHR Indianapolis

Super Cheap Car Rental Announces The Winner of It’s “Not So New Car Giveaway Selfie Contest”

Posted: Monday, November 30, 2015 8:19 PM EST

California Car Rental Company Gives Away a 2006 4-door 5-passenger Toyota Corolla

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 30, 2015

In 2014, Super Cheap Car Rental announced their Not So New Car Giveaway Selfie Contest to offer their customers a chance to win a 2006 4-door 5-passenger Toyota Corolla. This month, they are thrilled to announce the winner. Congratulations to Sarah Jane Cass for winning the Not So New Car Giveaway!

The Not So New Car Giveaway was held for loyal customers of Super Cheap Car Rental as a way to show their gratitude for the community that has collected around the company. Cass, who rents from Super Cheap with every visit to L.A. posted her selfie and won the prize by popular vote via Facebook. We spoke with Cass to get her thoughts on the big win and why she chooses to rent with Super Cheap.

I had nightmares in the past with big car rental companies, explains Cass. She contrasts her experiences of renting from big corporations with the friendly, no surprise experience of Super Cheap rentals. It was what I expected. I had really lovely email conversations about pricing and what it would include before I booked. I just didn t have any surprises and having zero excess charges I think it s a really great plus, as well.

Cass began renting from Super Cheap when she was staying with her friend in Los Angeles. She discovered that in the fast pace, expansive metropolis of LA, it was easier to drive than to take public transit for the month she was there. To avoid the exorbitant amounts of big corporate companies, her friend recommended that Cass take advantage of Super Cheap s affordable long-term rates. During that time, she learned that the benefits of Super Cheap are more than just affordability. She explained her first rental as a very lovely experience and described how they [Super Cheap agents] checked in two weeks later to see how the rental car was doing and if I had any problems. Cass has been renting from Super Cheap ever since.

Enjoy the Corolla, Sarah!

To find out more about Super Cheap Car Rental and how you can benefit from friendly service with great rates, visit their website at http://www.supercheapcar.com .