Arrive at Rent-A-Wreck‘s new store here and you won’t find wrecks. Instead there’s a shiny late-model Hummer, a Lincoln MKZ and a Mercedes-Benz SLK 280 two-seater convertible.
It was the Mercedes that drew Rob Jones, a United Parcel Service driver in Baltimore, to first try Rent-A-Wreck.
“I saw that convertible out front and it (had a sign saying) ‘rent me’ and I had to,” he said.
Jones and his wife kept the car for a two-day trip to Washington, D.C., and paid a cool $414.
But he says it’s not the competitive prices that keep him loyal to Rent-A-Wreck. Continue reading this post.