By Car & Driver StaffPublished April 02, 2019 10:00AMHometown car rental service SpokeToAguy at an Audi Car Rentals office in Spokane, Washington, said he can get a BMW, an Audi, a Subaru and a Honda from a dealership and rent an SUV from a dealer, according to SpoketoAguy.
“They’re pretty good deals,” Spoke To Aguy said.
“We rent cars from a lot of different places.”
Spoke ToAguy, who declined to give his last name, said the dealership in Spokane has a large parking lot.
Spoke, who was driving in a rental car, said his Audi rental car will be returned if he doesn’t pay for it within 30 days.
Spokes owner, Paul Shultz, declined to say when the car will come back.
A guy at the Spoke dealership, who asked not to be identified, said there are a lot more dealerships than auto rental centers.
A lot of times, the cars are just parked in front of the dealership.
Spoked ToAGuy said he usually checks the cars out before he rents them.
Spoke to Aguy, the owner of Spoke Auto Rentals, said that if he didn’t rent the Audi or the BMW, the dealership could charge him for the car rental fee and return it to him.
“I’d rather rent them than pay the fee,” he said.
Spokes owner said he will refund any money the owner would have to pay for the rental car.
“If they do charge me for the vehicle, I’ll refund that money to you,” Spokes said.
A spokesperson for the Spokane Auto Renters Association, which represents the dealership, said they are in the process of investigating the incident and will be releasing a statement shortly.
Spoken ToAguys representative declined to comment on the situation.