A car leasing company is offering car modification services to customers to help them get more bang for their buck.
Car lease modifications can include roof, doors, windows, exhaust system, and more.
The company called it the Car Roofing Service Program, which offers car modifications to buyers who can’t afford the full $10,000 price tag.
Car Roof Services is a leasing company that is owned by the same person who owns the CarRent.com website.
The website was founded by former Disney movie star Anna Kendrick and is a free rental service.
The site is still active, and the company’s phone number has been disconnected.
But you can still call and email the number to find out if the car leasing services is still available.
The number is 518-845-4741.
A quote is emailed once per week, and you’ll have to send in your new car to have the modification completed.
But if you’re looking for a good deal, you might want to call ahead and check the status of your request.
“The most important thing is you’ve got a car that you want to have and you’re willing to put in a great deal for it,” said CarRental’s marketing director, Chris Gifford.
“They’ll tell you if they’re willing and willing to get the car done for you, and we will do that.”
The company has been doing car modification since 2011, Giffard said, and has since expanded to offer more services to other customers.
Giffart said the company does offer a car leasing program for those who can afford the price tag, but that customers should get their car checked out first.
“We’ve been offering the car roofing services for a while now and have done a lot of things to make sure we’re getting the best bang for our buck,” Giffords said.
“There’s a lot more people out there that are willing to take a chance on us and make a car or truck look really good.”
CarRenter.com also offers car roof repairs and vehicle maintenance services.
The car rental company says it has been offering car roof repair and maintenance for more than 20 years.
It also provides car leasing and car repair services.
Gee, you have a few years of experience, right?