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Auto Rental Standard Operating 2016 By Jim Schalberg
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The most comprehensive Standard Operating and Procedures Manual for starting and operating a profitable rental car business.
Cavallini From Kane: The Snub, Mark's Pub, The Chair, A Rental Car, Mohawks, National Champions. By Ray Schneider, Eddie Powers
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The 1984 National Championship hockey game between Bowling Green State University and Minnesota-Duluth is considered by many one of the greatest NCAA title games ever played. However, the game and... More > the pass Gino Cavallini took from Danny Kane to finally end it, is merely one chapter in the story of this special group. The ensemble of individuals will forever be connected by the historic game, regardless of what team they wanted to win. It was a moment that unified a University and a community in Northwest Ohio. It also fused a University and community located near Lake Superior. While hundreds of articles have been written about the game, and the famous goal has been dissected frame by frame, what was missing were the stories of how those associated with the 1984 National Championship ended up in Lake Placid, New York on that March evening.< Less
The “People Power” Money Superbook: Book 6. Car Guide (Buy - Sell - Lease, Repo, Insurance - Parts - Repair - Safety, Car - Law - Websites - Rentals, Green Cars, Motorcycles, Rvs) By Tony Kelbrat
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Over the years, I've read at least twenty articles and books which talked about buying cars. Not one says to buy a new car. They say buy a used, late model one from a dealer that doesn't specialize... More > in that type of car because they want to get rid of it. Most new car dealers also sell slightly used cars of the same model as their new ones. You'll save thousands of dollars buying one of these rather than a new one. Car values depreciate quickly. The best deal is probably buying a two to three year-old used car with a service warranty. Do not buy a more expensive car or a bigger one than what you realistically need. Do your research in advance, pick your car in advance then go to negotiate for the best price with the car dealers. Beware that car magazines are in business to promote cars and get a lot of money for ads so don't trust their car ratings tests. Trust only objective tests like those done by Consumer Reports, Sell your extra cars. Keep your cars longer.< Less
The "People Power" Recreation/ Entertainment Superbook: Book 6. Car Guide (Buy - Sell - Lease, Repo, Insurance - Parts - Repair - Safety, Car - Law - Websites - Rentals, Green Cars, Motorcycles, Rvs) By Tony Kelbrat
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If you walk onto a car lot, your best bet is to be friendly, bring cash and go Saturday after four o-clock in the afternoon. The more he likes you, the better the price he'll give you. On a small... More > car lot, there's one guy. On a big car lot, there might be five sales people. If the one you're with seems rude or not friendly, tell the manager that you'd like a more helpful salesman. Be straight and specific. If you got a bundle of cash, show him and tell him you got cash for the right car if the price is right. An expert sales person talks to you pretending to be friendly but he's really sizing you up for what kind of monthly payments can you afford. When he shows you a car that you like, don't show any excitement. Remain nonchalant. When he takes you into the room to talk, if he calls his magager to lower the price, that's a standard bullshit move. For them, it's not the sticker as much as monthly payments. They often screw on them by making mistakes in their favor in the math.< Less
The Car Show By Nicolae Sfetcu
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An automobile, usually called a car (an old word for carriage) or a truck, is a wheeled vehicle that carries its own engine. Older terms include horseless carriage and motor car, with... More > "motor" referring to what is now usually called the engine. It has seats for the driver and, almost without exception, for at least one passenger. The automobile was hailed as an environmental improvement over horses when it was first introduced. Before its introduction, in New York City, over 10,000 tons of manure had to be removed from the streets daily. However, in 2006 the automobile is one of the primary sources of worldwide air pollution and cause of substantial noise and health effects. In this e-book we will detail the most interesting and important characteristics of the automobiles, car maintenance, styling features, car body style, the standard classification of the cars, an history of the automobiles, introduction in the automotive industry, and the traffic code, rules and signs.< Less
Mobile Car Wash Company By Tim Roncevich, Steven Primm
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Upstart Business Consulting Group (“UBCG”) creates comprehensive business plan kits for a variety of businesses and industries. When you purchase one of our business plan kits, you will... More > have access to the tools that will allow you to be an entrepreneur. We only create business plan kits for businesses that can capitalize on current trends and consumer demand. All businesses we cover require an initial start-up capital investment of $1,000 to $10,000. Although the required start-up capital is relatively small, you will have the potential for substantial cash flow and a high return on investment. The format of the business plan kits are modeled after business plans that have been used in successful start-up companies. These business plan kits are for those individuals who want a better work/life balance, want the flexibility, pride, and fulfillment that comes with being an entrepreneur, and want to earn extra income.< Less
Trucks: What You Need to Know About Pickup Trucks, Rental Trucks, Monster Trucks and More By Vernon Hayes
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In this ebook, you'll find helpful tips on rental trucks, Toyota trucks, Peterbelt trucks, hybrid cars, review of Ford trucks, montster trucks and much more. GRAB A COPY TODAY
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 2. Travel & Hotel (Bargain Travel, Air - Land (Car – Train – Bus - Subway) - Sea (Cruises – Freighters - Ferries), Hotels – Bnbs – Inns - Home Exchanges - Vrbo) By Tony Kelbrat
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Extreme bargain or budget travel is sometimes called backpacking or backpacking travel. If you travel frequently, one advantage of booking your own travel arrangements is not having to bother with... More > travel agents who make mistakes, charge you extra money as brokers and screw you up occasionally. Another advantage is that of saving money by booking your own flights and tours. You have to do legwork to find the cheapest though. Tickets are usually delivered by overnight mail. The cheapest fares generally must be purchased at least two to three weeks before departure. If you buy a ticket in the high season, usually Christmas and summer, book well in advance and ask for the cheapest ticket. The other cheap deals are the last-minute tickets and standby travel which airlines post on their websites. These deals are also on websites that specialize in last-minute and standby travel. The Dominican Republic and Poland have recently been ranked as the cheapest places to travel to.< Less
Amalfi Adventure By Kerry Hayes
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Vacation in Italy along the Amalfi Coast on the Sorrentine Peninsula. Traveling by train and rental car to our final destination. Views along the rocky cliffs and shoreline. Arrival in time for... More > Luminaria di San Domenico.< Less
The "People Power" Travel Superbook: Book 6. Romantic Travel - Escape – Getaway - Honeymoon By Tony Kelbrat
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The world's most romantic cities are generally considered to be Paris, Venice and in the United States, some might say San Francisco, New York, New Orleans and San Diego. It all depends on how you... More > feel and the time of year it is. If it's cold out, forget it. I've driven up the coast of Maine in the summer from Portland to Calais and it was beautiful with all the little villages and the occasional big, old colonial inn but in the wintertime, it's useless. I spent a summer in Carmel, CA on the west coast with the beaches, the golf courses, the wineries and sunshine all year round. It might cost you a few bucks but you can get by pretty cheaply if you drive there yourself or rent a car at the airport, then get a hotel room on the outskirts of town. Your best bet is to take a plane to LAX, rent a car, stay in L.A. for about 2-3 days, then drive up the PCH (Pacific Coast Highway) to Carmel, get a cheap hotel room and do your own thing.< Less