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Six Reasons to Rent a Luxury Car

Individuals who desire to drive behind the wheel of a luxury car but never had the opportunity or reason to do so now have six!

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- As we enter the third quarter of 2014, it's a reminder of how time flies. That's why Los Angeles residents are updating their bucket lists or creating them from scratch.  Whereas some items on the lists are very personable, there are some goals that many people have in common such as "travel the world," "run a marathon" and "rent a luxury car." Although the team at Rex Luxury Car Rental may not be able to assist you in world travel, they can help you with your first luxury car rental in Los Angeles and also finding an excuse to rent one. Here are their top six reasons:

1.     Summer Road Trip
Summer is coming to an end, that means there are only a couple more days to get the group together and head to Las Vegas, Wine Country, San Francisco, or anywhere you and the gang like to party! The fun will be doubled when traveling in a luxurious BMW 328i Convertible or Mercedes Benz SL550 Roadster.

2.     Date or Anniversary
Nothing will impress a date more than picking them up in a luxury car.  Right off the bat your date will know you are making an effort to please them, plus it will put you in a class all your own. They will be awestruck by your out-of-the-box creativeness and genius!

3.     Birthday
What do you get a guy or girl for his birthday who has everything? If you're really clever, something that you can enjoy as well! Giving a rental car as a birthday gift is a perfect way to experience an exotic car rental in Los Angeles. You and your significant other will enjoy cruising Hollywood, Downtown L.A. or any festive freeway that gives you a little more room to speed with the top down or windows up. Rex Luxury Car has a Lamborghini Gallardo Convertible on deck awaiting your introduction.

4.     New Baby
There may not be bigger reason to rent a luxury car then celebrating a new baby!  A night out on the town will be hard to come by in the future, make sure you celebrate becoming a new dad or mom before the baby is born.  Get your hands behind a luxury vehicle before succumbing to the minivan with a "Baby on Board" bumper sticker. 

5.     Proposal
Next to a woman's wedding day, the day of her wedding proposal is something she's been looking forward to most of her life. One way to help your proposal stand out and live up to her expectations is to pick her up in her favorite luxury car. It will be a great beginning to a memorable evening.

6.     Reunion
One of the reasons people look forward to attending their high school reunion is to impress their friends.  You can dress to the nines or share details of your job, but what will really get your ex-schoolmates talking is driving up in a Jaguar XJ Supercharged.  You many never have been voted "Most Likely to Succeed," but an extravagant luxury car will show your classmates what a terrific life you lead.

When renting a luxury car, not only should the vehicle be attractive and brilliantly engineered, your rental car company should be as reliable and helpful as possible. Rex Luxury Car Rental was established in 1989 and is known for its commitment to providing the highest level of customer service and work quality for all of its clients. For more information about their impressive fleet of luxury vehicles visit www.RexLuxuryCarRental.com or call today for an estimate at (310) 665-9000.

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