James Bond Tries to Rent a Car, Hilarity Ensues (Video)

James Bond Tries to Rent a Car, Hilarity Ensues (Video)

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Even the most seasoned travelers get impatient waiting in lines and dealing with slow customer service agents.

Including James Bond himself!

Our favorite spy could have saved some time by enrolling (for free) in his car rental company’s loyalty program.  But I’m sure he got the best price by using the tips and tricks he learned from my cheap car rental series!

And I hope 007 uses a card that offers primary rental insurance, like the Chase Sapphire Preferred!  Though with the way he drives, I wouldn’t count on this as my sole coverage!

Hope y’all are having a great Monday!  🙂

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I think that makes 2 people who shouldn't count on the CSP as SOLE insurance: Bond and Daraius.

Let's hope he is paying with his Chase Sapphire Preferred. Obviously he needs the primary collision insurance!