Im a disabled retiree thats lived in Thailand for 4 years. I am looking to rent a 4 door newer truck or SUV for a minimum 1 year contract, preferably longer.
Although I've been renting the current car I have for almost 4 years my body just cant manage getting in and out of a car so low to the ground.
I am not a tourist, I am retired with a very nice income. Due to my military service my body has a hard time getting in and out of a car due to my height and injuries. The vehicle is driven very little as we do not like to travel to chiang mai unless absolutely necessary.we have our groceries delivered from Tesco or my (Thai) driver pick up my order, we use grab food delivery and my wife and I do not drink, go to bars or tourist areas. She is American as well and neither of us like to go to town. I live directly across the street from maejo golf resort. I am looking to rent a new Truck or SUV for a very long term contract. I currently pay 4000 a month for a car that sits covered up to keep the dust off of it. Im in no rush to rent another vehicle unless the deal is good for us. I travel to bangkok hospital/chiang mai ram hospital and immigration in chiang mai. Very rarely we spend a couple months in Chiang Rai. The vehicle will have very low miles put on it as i am mostly confined to bed or my rocking chair. I am looking to rent a newer vehicle at a good price. Im negotiable up to ?????THB a month for a newer Truck/SUV but not interested in tourist prices as i would like to rent for several years and willing to sign a long term contract. If you have a newer Truck or SUV for under 10,000 THB a month on a very long time term contract, please contact me. I am not interested in tourist prices given the fact im looking for such a long term agreement. If your interested in talking please let me know what you have and if it fits we can try and work out a beneficial deal for the both of us. If high season has not been very good for you and given the future prospects and down turn of the tourist industry maybe we can help eachother. Thank you for your time. Dave.