Everything Gary said is correct. Getting insurance to cover the car is important!
Outside of that, the going rate to rent out your car for display or photos is $300-400 per day.
I have rented my car out several times for spin magazine, VH1, and a few other projects
The one thing that you should require is a special insurance policy for the car, paid for by who wants the pictures for the time that it is being used for the photos and preferable for the trip to & from the photo shoot also. You should be named as the insured should any damage happen to your car. You need to cover yourself just in case. Better to be safe than sorry.I would also speak with your owned insurance company and discuss the project with them because if you don't get the special insurance and something happens, they may not want to cover you.Thanks,Gary Masie
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From: "Nick Kemp nkemp1165@xxxxxxxxx [dmcnews]"
Date: Wednesday, February 25, 2015 10:23 am
Subject: Re: [DML] Re: Compensation for photo shoot
> It is a locally based nationwide construction firm. Since I
> thousands of square feet of commercial space I think cash in
> would be better :-) Your adventure sounded like lots of fun!
> Bruce Benson delornut@xxxxxxx [dmcnews] wrote on 2/25/2015 9:17 AM:
> > Years back a friend of my son was managing the Radisson Hotel
> in down
> > town Minneapolis. They had a convention booked with a Back To
> > Future theme and he wanted me to park my DeLorean in the front
> > entrance. He said he didn’t have approval for monetary
> > but he’d give us a weekend in one of the suites on the floor
> > takes a key to get off the elevator. It was an interesting
> > when we stayed there. An Arab prince was staying there for
> > medical thing at the U of M hospital. His entourage took one
> > floor of the hotel and they had every off duty cop in town
> > either security or leading baby sitting tours for the kids.
> One cop
> > told me he escorted a group to the Minnesota zoo and the kids
> > they would bring their father back the next day to buy all the
> > What type of local business is it. If it’s one you may
> frequent in the
> > future maybe they’ll give you a discount or some such thing.
> > Bruce