I am writing this review to warn others of EASIRides. I, too, was looking for a solution to sublease my vehicle and just like you I was either approached or found EASIRides through the internet.
I realize that desperate times call for desperate measures, but do not get involved with this company, because in the end, you will be worse off than you are now.
It all started in early 2015 when I decided not to keep my truck, which I had leased brand new through the dealership.
I didn’t drive it but on the weekends, so I decided to post it on a website call swapalease.com.
I never got around to getting rid of it through them when I received an email from Chris at EASIRides.
Everyone was nice and professional and that really set my mind at ease.
Dave and Chris answered all my questions and assured me that my truck would be in good hands and that the payments would be made in a timely manner.
Needless to say, I agreed to their terms and handed both of the truck keys to the driver that came to pick up my truck.
For about 7-8 months, everything was fine, payments were made just a day or two late which I didn’t care for, but since there is a 10-day grace period, I figured it was okay.
The authorized driver, we’ll call him Fred, lived in Chicago and Fred liked to park the truck in an area without paying for it.
Then I started getting notices from Chicago stating that the truck had received parking tickets.
Then came the toll fees, I said to myself, as long as Fred pays for it, I don’t care.
Since I had Fred’s number, I called him several times letting him know that these fines needed to get paid.
There was always an excuse, I’ll pay it next week or I’m a little short this week.
I figured, okay, as long as it gets paid before I turn the truck in.
To make a very long and dreadful story short, I’m just going to list everything I ended up paying for in the end:
1. I was not about to have my credit ruined so I had to make the last two payments. $1,000
2. Fred went over 8,000 miles of the agreed terms. .25 X 8000 = $2,000
3. Parking fees, late fees and toll fees – $975
4. Fred ruined the bed of the truck by filling it with asphalt (yes, he used it as a commercial truck). $500 to have the bedliner resprayed.
5. Punctured 20″ tire – $200
6. A/C repaired – $1,070
7. Oil changed – $70 – It was 2 quarts low when I repoed it.
That’s not even covering the plane ticket to Chicago in order to repo my own truck!
Yes, folks, I took a plane from DFW and flew to Chicago to repo my truck and drive it back.
That’s the nightmare I had to go through in August of 2016!
I figured, if I’m going to make payments on the truck then I should be the one driving it.
Dave did help me locate the truck once I landed in Chicago but I should not have had to go through all this trouble!!!
To anyone still reading this review, DO NOT GET INVOLVED WITH THIS COMPANY!
You will regret it, just read the other reviews, there is a reason for this.
Google the name EASIRides and read the reviews!
If anyone has any doubts, please feel free to email me at [email protected] and I can explain more in detail.