Listen, there's a reason that you predominantly see expensive rims of Honda Civics, and it's not because people with rice burners have a better eye for wheel accessories. It's because it's tough to afford a luxury automobile and all the extravagant trimmings to doll it up. A lesson that we all have to learn in life is that you can't have everything. You want a nice car? Stick with understated spokes. You want shiny rims? Choose a financially responsible vehicle. Not everyone can be Floyd Mayweather, and the inability to have rims without renting them is a pretty good sign that you shouldn't try to be.
How about Rent-A-Rim being the most cold blooded business model of all time. Just leaving people with useless vehicles after missing $25 payments? The worst part is that they saw this coming the minute they accepted a pay-as-you-go plan for the wheels on a Mercedes-Benz. Are there people out there renting rims that aren't living above their means? Isn't this how the financial crisis started? Just giving people shit when it's all but guaranteed that they won't be able to pay it back. The great wheel crisis of 2016. Rent-A-Rim is out here lining their pockets with the finances of the poor and turning their cars into lawn ornaments in the process. Where's that script? Call up Steve Carell. We need a paranoid personality to take on a science fictional representation of this tragedy. Soon enough the most common mode of transportation in the hood will be walking, and that's not the place you want to be in public without a roof over your head.
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