Some vendors rent motor scooters to adventurous tourists. They are dangerous but fun and give visitors the freedom to see a lot in a short time.
But renting a hog? That’s Enterprise Rent-A-Car’s plan in Las Vegas, where people are conditioned to gamble.
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The Enterprise rentals of Harley-Davidsons will feature five different models with two more being added by the end of November, The Associated Press reports.
The cost will be $120 to $160 a day. People will be required to have a license to ride motorcycles.
Helmets, required by law in Nevada, are complimentary. When Enterprise starts to rent hogs in Kansas, people can ride without the headgear.