I'm sad this turned into such an argument. As a car/driving enthusiast community, I was hoping my earlier comment would remind all of us to respect that others may not have the same feelings about their current, future, or past cars. For those who can afford to have their car get racked up by a test driver because you have other cars, or because to you it's "just a Mustang" (or whatever car), I'm happy you have options. For those who rely on that car for their daily transportation, I defend your choice to seriously screen potential buyers and your efforts to minimize the risk to you. For the rest of us in between those extremes, we take pride in our vehicles and what we're offering to a prospective buyer and ask those who have more options show us respect for our situations and choices.