So you drive a rental car…..strait off road driving in your sedan. Hey it’s a rental it’ll be fine right? A lot of people on vacation in Hawaii do it. You might be surprised at the amount of signage there is for tourist in Hawaii to stay on the main path and not to go off roading in your rental. Yet no one listen or follows those signs because HEY your in HAWAII!! So just because a sign says now your not going to go down to the beach???? Yeah right!!! Here is PROOF.
So yeah you went and did the deed. Awesome!!
we know we’er not going to stop you from having fun on your vacation. But we must warn you if your going to Hawaii and want to off road there’s a list of trails on this site. Hows that for a warning? There was a time when we tried to stop people but soon realized there was no hope. So many people just do what they would not do it they were in there own vehicles. One glaring issue though. Remember when you signed out your rental car? No. Well what you didn’t realize it you signed a rental agreement that stated the fact that you would not go off the road.
Yeah small kine issue. These rental places deal with it day in and day out. Car comes in car goes out. Do you really think if you took your car down a muddy ruff road they wouldn’t notice? You bet they know and they will fine you accordingly.
Life hack. What we are about to share with you might cost you a little but will save you a lot more than the rental company finding out you went where you shouldn’t have. Our car detailing friends over in the northern plains accidentally led us onto this tip. Or as I would life hack.
We we’er just sitting there one day eating lunch together and he said to me got another customer that wants to detail there rental car today.WHAT?! I was confused. Why would you do that I asked that seems like a waist of money. He says; Well actually I think we save them money and embarrassment for taking there car where they weren’t supposed to. You see our job is to remove the evidence. The rental company’s are none the wiser as long as there is no damage and they(the customers) get to have a good time.
Not saying it’s right or you should even entertain the idea but if you find yourself in a little situation where you might be needing a little help to make thing’s right it’s not necessarily a bad idea. I mean sometimes the rental company’s place such stringent rules on the car you really can’t even have any fun. Really who is going to go to Hawaii and not go down to a beach that has a dirt road? Like it’s really going to hurt the car if you drive slow. Not like the guy in the video. That’s just asking for it!!