>Man, there is NO way I'm letting you keep your car in my garage, whether
>you pay me for that or not.
>At least not without enough insurance to ballast a small aircraft
>carrier. And maybe not even then.
PJ, this reminds me of one other thing to consider. Years ago, a barn
that was housing over 30 classic cars caught fire. They all burned to the
ground. Cause of the fire was one owner's carelessness. As a result, all
the vehicles (some VERY HIGH END) were lost and most insurance policies
didn't pay because they weren't stored 'properly.'
That means, you have one renter's car catch fire, and everything could be
lost, his unit, the other renters, AND YOUR STUFF. (and I hope the garage
isn't attached to the house.)
"Be as beneficent as the sun or the sea, but if your rights as a rational
being are trenched on, die on the first inch of your territory." Ralph