It's sad that the idiots thread is double the length of the "let's improve this" thread
Personally I think we are there to stay: the amount of business we give to the local shops/restaurants, and the amount of money paid to the city with all our tickets.
The officer was just looking for a reason to pull me over though. He ended up giving me a warning on the impeding traffic but a ticket for not being able to find my license which has 0 point effect on my record. Thank you kind officer (found the license 10 minutes later. lol)
Also, most people to the "extended weekend" rental which denies two weeks of rental usage for most owners. Now, you might say this is all fine, but take it from someone who owns property, H2Oi does not "help" any condo owners, it just lines their broker's pockets.
The city can't simply just not allow us in. They can't setup a road block and say oh you drive vw or audi, you here for h2o? Sorry we won't allow entry to oc.
Try that **** and there will be some court cases.
Current: 2012 VW Golf R (rising blue) / UM tuned
I can sum up this whole thread.
Dicks gotta act hard, and pussies gotta bleed.
My condo owner posted in a thread about h2oi, I responded. He pocketed about $500 for the weekend which was previously unbooked with no signs of anyone else wanting it.
He reached out to the community, avoided his broker, filled a vacant weekend, gave himself some cash and got a repeat client. I will rent from him any time I'm in OC from now on.
Maybe other owners need to be more savvy?
e46 M3 for the daily..... V8 e36 for fun.
But, +1 for the guy you rented from. Sounds like an awesome deal and a good guy to work with in the future. We've worked with the same building now for the past few years and I have to say, I have no complaints on where we've stayed.