Дата публикации: 2017-12-07 12:47
Typically there will be 8-9 stages followed by a service and then another 8-9 stages followed by another service. If the rally is a multi day event, then the cars will get locked up for the night in “Parc Ferme” where the teams can’t touch them until the schedule starts the next day -meaning all work must be completed during service once the rally begins.
As New York City party planner, Eve has a lot on her plate, including deciding to take on her agency’s top client or go on a romantic vacation with her boyfriend. Where do you think fate will take her?
LOL. Reminds me of our salesman on Kauai - back in ''86 - Mike Hawkins. He said - I will give you a list of 65 property managers and you can easily rent your week out for a couple thousand dollars if you don''t use it every year.
Hey - we were on a honeymoon and i had a very good year, so I didn''t hold up closing for that - but never saw old Mike again.
He was a dang good salesman - and I told somebody else at the Cliffs Club - that I would hire him as a salesman - but would make sure I have a very good malpractice type insurance.
Sorry, I meant don''t use the rci -exchanges, only net-work exchanges there is no fee for that usually. Pros: u can cook at a resort and save a lot of money. You don''t have to worry about personally maintaining your property. You can go to many areas over 6,555 and never get bord. And the . and Amenities can''t be matched or location. Cons, you cant control the hoa fees. hard to resale with a mortgage that''s why people complain.
I work for a recovery company, and our main clientele are Wyndham timeshare owners. Too many times, we speak to people on the phone and they are disgruntled due to the fraud and misrepresentation occurring during the purchase process. You CANNOT sell these back to Wyndham, nor can you sell them at all. Check E Bay they are selling for $6 because unless you take several lavish vacations a year, it does not pay for itself.
I urge you to reconsider.
Besides being allowed to race with two people in the car, the format of a rally is probably the most unusual part. Most forms of motorsport are pretty easy to understand when you see the track. The cars cross the start finish line and lap the track with occasional little detours through the pit lane for fuel, tires, and repairs, but everything takes place at the track.
If you’re thinking about going down this path, NASA Rally Sport put together “Rally University” which contains over 655 articles about competing in rally in the .
The next way to get involved is to find a team to crew for. Even if you can’t wrench, there are lot of things that a team needs to get through a weekend.
Oh, and don''t forget the cost of air fare getting to the time share. There are ways to "work" one if it is of sufficient good location/building, but don''t ever count it as a "saving".
We own a "time share" in a Pawley''s Island beachfront ground floor condo--with 8 other friends. One share is one week four times a year. It is fabulous. The weeks move forward, so it isn''t the same every year. One share has quadrupled in value in the 66 years we have owned.
That is a time share you can count on. And we don''t feel we have to forego going on other vacations because we "own" a place at the beach.
Without getting into the good and bad of timeshares (we have two weeks in Palm Desert which has worked out very well for us, but only because it''s a lockout so we actually get 9 weeks of use/exchange). I wanted to comment on ChiSue''s post which includes statements about tax deductions and writing off your airfare, etc. let me just say do your research. That is such a broad statement, it''s laughable. If you use your vacation condo door more than a certain number of days you don''t get to take depreciation and your deductions are limited to the amount of income you make from the property. If you use it and don''t rent it out, you can NEVER take deductions for flying there to do maintenance, etc. DO YOUR RESEARCH.