Can one add a rental car and remove after done?

Discussion in 'Sirius Radios' started by AMRivlin, Nov 17, 2008.

  1. AMRivlin

    AMRivlin New Member

    So lets say I am going on a trip in a Rental car with Sirius for 3 weeks, can I call up Sirius and have them switch my radio over to the rental.

    Could this work with a friend's care as well?
     
  2. IdRatherBeSkiing

    IdRatherBeSkiing This space for rent

    Why would a rental car have an inactive Sirius sub in it? It its there it should be active.

    Sirius now charges $15 a shot so it would work with your friend's car but may be costly.
     
  3. JoeTan

    JoeTan Well-Known Member

    Oh I can't WAIT to see the fall out of this.

    YES GO FOR IT for the fun of the forum....otherwise I'd half ass your sub into your rental...which is strange that the thing would have a cancelled sub.
     
  4. AMRivlin

    AMRivlin New Member

    Enterprise doesnt pay for Sirius subs in their cars. I didnt know if I could transfer subs temporarily, i think you guys misunderstood my question
     
  5. jwt873

    jwt873 Member

    Do Enterprise rental cars even have Sirius radios? (I notice that they mostly deal with GM and Toyota.. These companies are partnered with XM and if they do have satellite capable radios, they will be XM radios. You can't transfer your Sirius account over to an XM radio.

    Even if they have vehicles that partner with Sirius (ie Ford, Dodge), Satellite radio is an option. At the factory, they install a special receiver module behind the dash or under the seat that plugs into the car's dash mounted head unit. If the option is not ordered, the module won't be there and you won't be able to activate anything.
     
  6. me_rubin

    me_rubin Member

    I use my stiletto in the rentals. Some of them have AUX ports. I normally use my home dock antenna or spare dot micro up on the dash and it normally works fine.
     
  7. nafddur

    nafddur Member

    I've done this exact same thing with my S2 and it works fantastic. Just plop a spare (home or car) antenna up on the dash, set your home dock on the center console, plug into the aux in port and you're good to go.

    Then you can transfer the whole setup inside when you get to your destination to listen and/or record.
     
  8. AMRivlin

    AMRivlin New Member

    My sub is attached to my car radio. I prefer the integrated approach, i wanted to know if I could transfer subs, or add on a 6.99 for 1 month.
     

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