Speed Luxury Car Rental Offers Membership Plans

Logo courtesy of Speed Luxury Car Rental
Logo courtesy of Speed Luxury Car Rental

Florida-based Speed Luxury Car Rental is now offering Speed Luxury Car Club memberships to its customers.

As a luxury club member, customers receive priority car reservations and delivery to their door. Another benefit is that club members only pay the insurance for the days that they have the vehicles, according to the company.

Speed Car Club members are offered more than 15 different luxury models from Speed’s fleet. There are no blackout dates and members receive priority reservations. If the car that the member booked is unavailable, he or she will receive an upgrade for a higher model.

Other club benefits include no deposit, tolls in Miami and Fort Lauderdale, points that never expire, free car wash, and 24-hour road assistance. Additionally, three family members can be included under one account.

Each vehicle has a membership value point assigned. For example, when you book a Ferrari California T for one-day membership, 90 points are deducted from your account. Members have access to a variety of luxury models including Bentley GTC, Porsche Carrera 911, Lamborghini Huracan, Chevy Corvette, Mercedes-Benz S550, Porsche Panamera, Mercedes-Benz C Cabrio, Cadillac Escalade ESV, Range Rover, Audi Q7, and Maserati Levante.

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