Subject: Renting cars in US
I think you can get a pretty good idea of what to expect by calling customer service and see how they treat you prior to arrival. Not all bargains are bargains. Especialy if they waste your time. I try to ALWAYS use a company that has terminal location. The web site I sent has all that info for each company including milage and insurance policies. As I said earlier try to make a back up just in case. Summer in So. CA. is a very busy rental market so bargains are hard to find. I wish we had an autoeurope type agency here in the States but we don't. Another trick we used to do is to call some local car dealers and see what they have to offer. More and more of them have rental cars nowadays, and they are usually priced right. Thank You, David West CA. U.S.A.