I have to share my story with everybody. So i was car hunting for several weeks got approved in another dealer for a car that I really wasn't feeling it, my stepdad send me an ad for this car that he found on craigslist, so im thinking craigslist ????? big red flag, so I ignore his suggestion but he keep on insisting to go see because the specials were extremely good. I decided to go and check out this vegas valley motors. First thing i saw very nice cars, space very clean, walked into the office and it was very clean, the girl in the front that i kept on forgetting her name even do she introduce herself is very polite and amazing customer service, then i get introduced to Ivan very nice guy and explained to me all the process, liked what i Saw and i applied in 5 minutes, very fast process, got approved but came back next day because i was in a hurry. I told Ivan my top 3 cars i liked and i said i was coming the next day to test drive. Next day I arrived with some bad news the top car i wanted he had discover a bad nice and didn't wanted me to tested, so i started thinking this is BS so regardless what he told me i test drove the car, which it was very good to me , he said he would send to see what was the problem because he didn't wanted to sale me a car that he didn't even know where was that noise coming from ( that right there caught my attention) usually dealerships start giving you excuses kind of saying is just a belt, or a screw blah blah blah so you can still get the car right at that moment but in this case i was surprised that he offered to take it to the dealership to see what was wrong with it and he told me if it something wrong that i know its going to cost a lot we gonna take the lost and not sale it at all because it didn't have that noise before. My Jaw drop, i was completely in shock, coming from my experience i got a car sold by a big dealership that had changed the carfax on me and sold me a total loss car. Next day obviously he said im sorry we have to look for another car, so i go back and look at all the new cars they brought which are 2014, 2013, 2012, im like this dealership is a very good one ,owner has a lot of potential, again i already felt like home and appreciated because of the way they were treating me i didn't feel like they were looking at me just with dollar signs in my face they were treating me as a person, that they care i didn't get screwed. while looking at the new cars, I met the owner Grayson, very nice down to earth guy , Ivan explained to him who i was and he start talking about the problem the car had and he straight told me, i am not selling you a car if i dont know how much would it cost me to fix because that would be a lost for me but not just that , is just because if it has a problem now six months down the road you have to fix something else then i would have not done my job correctly, then he goes , i believe in karma and is not on me to sale you something is giving me a problem now, i rather get you in something i know it will last you long then something i see it can give you a problem later, i want you to be happy and i care for customers, he said give me minute let me look at your deal again, so at this point my jaw dropped again (he was leaving but decided to stay to look at my deal and see what other car he can get me , something i wanted ). after we started talking about the problem i had with a car and a dealership before. My point is I really have never met a person that actually cares for somebody needs, specially on a dealership. Everyone is very professional,and im very happy to do business with vegas valley motors. I totally recommend this dealer, they are extremely professional and know you will walk away with good quality. Affordable prices and payment for everyone. Couldn't give more stars because it allows only 5.
I had a pretty good experience with Fox but they could use some changes. Our rental car was in great condition and full of gas when we got it. The associate who helped us was EXTREMELY helpful and friendly. In fact, when we told him we had just gotten married, he gave us a free upgrade. We waited in line for maybe 5 minutes, if that. Our vehicle ran great and we had no problems whatsoever with it. My only complaints are that we were not informed that we needed a major credit card to rent without a $400 deposit. We traveled to Vegas from Georgia and didn't bring one with us and we had no way of going to get one. We were able to use our debit card and show our itinerary for the return flight home to bring the deposit down to $250 but we would have appreciated a heads up about either one before our trip. (We reserved the car a month or more in advance) The deposit was credited back to our back account in 5 days (but two of those days were a weekend). Also, when I tried to call them to inquire how long we would have to wait on the deposit, no one EVER answered the phone. I called six times over two days. Lastly, and this can't really be changed any time soon, they are a little inconveniently located. We had to take two shuttles from the airport to get to them. (Thankfully, we didn't have to wait long periods for the shuttles there or back) I would rent from them again now that I know to be prepared for the deposit but I really wish we had been informed of it ahead of time.
I have always enjoyed driving, while others keep talking about how much they hate it. In particular I like exploring different neighborhoods and things the city has to offer. I used to think about being a truck driver, but then gave up on the idea. Even though it might have been fun for a while, driving and seeing a big chunk of the country, I thought the lifestyle would get tiring. I sometimes wonder where the trucking industry is headed, in a world where fuel prices are expected to rise on the long term. Demand for transporting commodities will surely be solid, especially since many commodities like wheat and corn are basic necessities. However, it’s not just about commodities. It is about a lot of other goods. Many of those goods are imported, thus they are found in some of our nation’s ports. It is often stated that the farming sector will expand in the future. The trucking industry to a great extent would be tied in to this phenomenon. While driving a truck is an experience many would not consider glamorous, driving a Lamborghini is a different story. And one can do both, without owning either one. One of my favorite hangouts is Fantasy Car Rentals. It is a very unique experience to cruise in a luxury automobile very few of us can afford. I would go as far as to say it gives one a different perspective. Sitting at the wheel of a Ferrari or Lamborghini gives one a different lens to stare at the world through. If in Las Vegas, I strongly recommend a visit to Fantasy Car Rentals.