Tallahasse’s car rental is getting a facelift after an initial one-year run.
Tallahasseans can expect the car to be about the same size as it was before, but there will be a few tweaks to make it feel more comfortable.
The biggest change is that the car seat will no longer be a single seat.
Instead, you’ll get a more reclined seat and the car will have a reclining seat belt.
Also, there will no long armrests.
Instead the car’s center armrest will sit behind the driver.
The Tallahasses will also have more storage space, and will be able to store up to four passengers.
The car will also be able hold up to two adults.
Here’s what you need to know to get your car rental:There will be two different car rentals, one for drivers and one for passengers.
They are available to rent in Tallahassas, the capital of Florida, from $1,000 per month to $3,000 a month.
There is a $5,000 deposit needed to get into the car rental program.
There are also two car rentals per month in Tallensville, and the city of Atlanta, Georgia, for drivers.
The rates are $1 and $2, respectively.
Tallahassee has about 4,000 residents.
The city is home to more than a dozen colleges, businesses and universities.
The metro area is the fifth largest city in Florida.
The city has the second highest percentage of cars registered to the state in the United States.
The average car registered to Tallahases drivers was 9.4 percent, according to the Tallahase.com website.