Need a Car in Las Vegas? Silvercar Is Now on The Strip & You Could Save $100!

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Need a rental car for your next trip to Sin City? Silvercar announced on Twitter today that they’ll soon be available in Las Vegas.

You can reserve your Silvercar now for rentals in Las Vegas starting January 4, 2016!

Need A Car In Las Vegas Silvercar Is Now On The Strip You Could Save 100

Ride Like a High Roller! Silvercar Is in Las Vegas!

And you could even save $100 on your rental!

What’s Silvercar?

Link:   Silvercar (New Users Get $25)

Silvercar is a rental car company that rents new silver Audi A4s.  The cars come fully equipped with GPS, satellite radio, and more!

I had a terrific experience when I rented a Silvercar for a road-trip.  I enjoyed the experience so much, I recommended my friends give it a try when they came to visit me in Austin.

They thought the car was really slick and the service shaved a lot of time off the typical rental car experience.

If you’re new to Silvercar, you can save $75 with promotional code “Elevate75″.  Plus, you can save another $25 when you sign-up with my referral code.

Enjoy the drive!  Just be careful, it’s easy to speed in these cars, not that I’d know from personal experience 😉

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