Mary Mason doesn’t want to pay for the clutch failure on her Easirent rental; and after you hear her story, you’ll understand why. “Is the clutch failure on my rental car my fault?”
John Nicholson books an Alamo rental car through Hotwire. One day after he picks up the car it starts spewing oil, but Alamo doesn’t have a replacement. His quest for a replacement car and compensation for the lost day brings him to us. “My Alamo rental broke down — can’t someone give me a refund?”
Maybe you’ve heard about Jason Puerner, or someone like him.
Puerner, a transportation planner from Lakewood, Colo., says he recently rented a Chevrolet Cruze with a pre-existing scratch from Enterprise. After returning the vehicle, he refused to cough up $412 for repairs and ended up on the company’s infamous “Do Not Rent” list. “Travel blacklists: Turning tables on the industry”
When it comes to rental cars, I’m picky. “How to find the perfect rental car for your next vacation”
When Keith Montgomery went to pick up his rental car in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., he had his driver’s license handy. But the rental car facility refused to rent him the car for which he’d prepaid, and forced him to pay for a new rental car. That’s because Montgomery is a dual U.S.-U.K. national who lives in London, and he needed his British driver’s license, which he didn’t have available. “Why would I need a U.K. driver’s license to rent a car in Florida?”