Apple Care, the popular Apple car-sharing service, is not letting you keep your car you purchased when it came out.
Apple Care has been selling its cars in Australia since September, and its cars can be rented for $1,100 a month, but now the service says that it will only be able to accept cars from July 4.
The car rental service said on its website that it would no longer accept cars with a maximum value of more than $2,000.
AppleCare said it would now accept cars that are under $2.00, but it also told customers that they would need to have a “safe deposit” of at least $5,000 to get their car back.
“AppleCare will not be accepting any cars with values between $2 and $5k, and will only accept vehicles with a safe deposit of $5K,” AppleCare said in a statement.
Apple said it had “regularly” tested the cars and found that they had not been breached.
AppleCare is not the only service that is refusing to allow customers to keep their cars.
A recent investigation by Australian consumer watchdog Consumer Australia found that many car rental services are not verifying that the cars they rent are properly insured and can be trusted to be safe.