A car rental company in Miami is offering cars near the beaches for just $9 per day for the duration of the hurricane.
The company, the Caribbean Cruise Car Rental, has put up the ads along Miami Beach Boulevard and in front of the Holiday Inn Express at the intersection of Miami Beach Blvd.
and Biscayne Boulevard.
The vehicles are for people with a $10 credit or more, the company says on its website.
It will run from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., and they will arrive at hotels and restaurants along the beach.
The vehicles can be rented in groups of five or six.
The owners, who are known as “Captain B” and “Captain C,” said they are making the vehicles available to people in need because of the current economic situation.
The company says they plan to have cars available at the beach for up to 24 hours, depending on how many people show up.
There are no plans to sell cars on the beach, but the owners said they hope to make a point to do so in the future.
“The more we see people who need help, the more they will come to us,” Captain C said.
The Caribbean Cruise Line operates at two locations in Miami: a parking lot at the corner of Miami Avenue and Boca Raton Street and a garage on the corner at Beach Drive and Bayshore Drive.
It operates by booking ships from Florida and then loading them onto ships in the Caribbean.
There have been several hurricanes in Miami’s history.
Hurricane Katrina devastated the city in 2005 and Hurricane Rita in 2007, but none of the storms caused major damage.
In the latest storm, Irma, a Category 4 hurricane that made landfall in Puerto Rico, destroyed nearly 90 percent of the city.
In the worst Hurricane Katrina, the damage totaled nearly $1.6 trillion.