Auto insurance guy here. Turo should not and would not be involved in the valuation process outside of possibly verifying the value. The adjuster will assess the car “conservatively” and will view the terms of the policy to see if coverage is in place.
That’s a bullshit answer from someone who has apparently never driven on ice.
(I live in LA, but went to school by Lake Superior at Michigan Technological University and grew up outside of Ann Arbor. The roads here don’t turn to “ice”, you’re just a shitty fucking driver)
Is it Trabant week and nobody told me? DeMuro just did on piece on them, too!
Hahahaha but of course sir Demuro. I am a fan of yours but my pedantry went into overdrive for a moment. I do apologise, please go about your stellar work.
I... my friend would like that.
Why on Earth would you want to shop all the sexy out of that pic?
Made $4k “versus paying cash” is the unwritten but clearly implied part.
Guy hitting .205 in High-A ball is worried about the wrong Mendoza.
Trust me, thank YOU for responding and rekindling the love of one of my childhood favorites. I feel like I have something new to start trying to get Rich for again.
Huh. Didn’t know you owned a Ferrari.
No problem. It was great to meet you.
You’ll certainly be in the loop! All Jalopnik writers/contributors are welcome as well any time!
Doug, thank you for this.
you have convinced me to only write about bad cars now
So what you are saying is that driving your unreliable car, it is becoming more reliable. I like where you head is at...
Every day here is a vacation!
See this is why I went to Acadia in late May and it was still a PAIN IN THE ASS drive. Bravo sir...bravo. Pure coincidence that I guessed Aston Martin when you sold the Skyline (imagine explaing that to the “Mainers”) but it has been excellent so far with adventures.
This is an actual IM I just sent to my friend at work:
It’s like a Miata for people who know how to use Microsoft Excel
Agreed on all points. This car and the Cayman make a real case for balance over engine. It’s the chassis in these cars that leave a lasting impression, not the cudgel under the hood. The only car near this range that turns me away from a basic F-Type Coupe with a manual or a manual Cayman S is the GT350 and GT350R.…