Ferrari California Exotic Cars
The Ferrari California represents a new direction for the famed Italian automaker and is an entirely-new type of car. It combines the smooth handling of a front-mounted 460 hp V8, the ultimate flexibility of a hard-top convertible (It's a coupe! It's a convertible!) and the silky-smooth shifting of a 7-speed double-clutch transmission. In a word, the California is awesome.
Saddle up in the Ferrari California and you'll rocket to 60mph in way under 4 seconds (3.5 to be exact). Drop the top and cruise along the shore, or put the top up and tear up a mountain road. You'll shift effortlessly with the double-clutch transmission all while looking like a pro.
The Rental Process is Quite Simple:
+25+ Years of Age
+Valid US Driver’s License
+Clean Driving Record (NO DUI’s or any major moving violations within the past 48 months)
+Full Coverage Auto Insurance
Bodily injury Liability - $100,000/300,000
Property Damage Liability - $100,000
Uninsured & Underinsured Motorists - $100,000/$300,000
+Major Credit Card
+$5,000-$25k Security Deposit Required (Depend on vehicle).
+We are a cash business. We do not accept any checks.
Our exotic rental vehicles may not be used “GPS tracker installed”
by anyone not licensed to drive or whose Driver's License has been suspended or restricted
for any illegal purpose or in connection with any illegal activity
to carry persons or property for hire
to push or tow anything (you wouldn't, would you?)
to exceed any posted speed limits
in any speed test, speed contest, race, rally, speed endurance contest, demonstration, or on or near any racetrack or road course (we're serious about this -- no insurance company on earth will cover the car while on the track, and that means we're both on the hook for a LOT of money)
to teach anyone to drive on any unpaved surface
In the event of a violation of these Prohibited Uses, we reserve the right to end your rental and retrieve the vehicle. Renter will forfeit any and all security deposit.
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