Got a soluton for my food cart

Kingston, New York
July 5, 2016 5:48pm CST
The solution is private parties,the main problem is my car not depenble. So the solution is rent a U-Haul truck with a hitch. This will cost under $100 for that day.second solution is leasing a car,or buy here pay here car dealer ship. This with car insurance should cost $200 a month hopefully less. I have a solution on how to cover that expensive.it a hard one Ok that it for now
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@sharon6345 (102324)
• United States
5 Jul 16
As long as your happy with what ever your trying to do that is all that matters I would sure go the cheaper route though.
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• Kingston, New York
6 Jul 16
If I can I will
@shshiju (9323)
• Cochin, India
7 Jul 16
When you need the vehicle then you can hire a vehicle as taxi. I don't think it costs very much. If you able to find a permanent solution then you can left it.
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• Kingston, New York
7 Jul 16
most taxi in m area one do not have a hitch on there car. two they charge high prices any way. so most likely rental will be the solution for now.
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@shshiju (9323)
• Cochin, India
8 Jul 16
@eagletrek2 What about the rental charges is it economy?
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• Kingston, New York
8 Jul 16
@shshiju yes it reasonable
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@skysnap (17580)
6 Jul 16
Maybe you can lease SUV and see if that can be used as a food truck. or similar other cart truck.
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• Kingston, New York
6 Jul 16
Hi yes I am thinking about leasing All I need is a pick up with a hitch My problem,credit not that good. Trying to think of solution on how to pay The monthly payment.unit business build up
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@skysnap (17580)
6 Jul 16
@eagletrek2 True you have to wait in such case till you can get things ahead.
@paigea (21252)
• Canada
5 Jul 16
Sounds like you are figuring it out.
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• Kingston, New York
6 Jul 16
There all ways a solution for every problem Even if you do not like it
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@RubyHawk (21393)
• Atlanta, Georgia
5 Jul 16
That sounds like a good solution and I hope you make lots of money. I would go as cheap as possible.
@Corbin5 (82104)
• United States
5 Jul 16
Good luck with all of this. Proud of you for all the work you have done to get your business going.