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After calling the state of Colorado, her claim was false.
There are highways and passes in Colorado with advanced requirements, but my destination was not one of them. Gave me smallest car they could even though we were both big and tall. Their remedy was for me to drive it 30 min back to airport in snow for exchange. Fill up within 10 miles and bring receipt for gas is petty.
In the end, the cost of the rental was DOUBLE what I was expecting. Didn't find out until we got to desk that the car we booked did not meet the "traction laws" for Colorado I70! Plus the SUV was had dirty windows, bald tires, and smelled like smoke. Only reason I give it 2 stars was b/c the counter guys "knocked-off" 125$ from the cost...still not worth it 3 people behind counter who kept pushing use of 2 video conference check in kiosks...15 people in line.
2 video system didn't appear to work because it took 5 minutes for a rep to answer.
Also, it would be helpful if the prices online reflected the prices in person.
We would not have rented a car if we knew it would end up being so expensive, but the car itself was wonderful.
Thrifty could improve the way they interact with customers so it's easier for them to follow and know what they're buying.
Once they did answer, they went through everything I entered when I reserved car. Another 5 -10 minute process that should have taken 2.
When I finally got the car, there was an 8 car queue to get out due to process.
I called the custom service number and got hung up on 5 times.
They advertised an SUV type car in the picture and then when you get to the location it's "whatever car we have the most of." Well guess what, you're a tourist in Denver in winter. I found a pack of cigarettes stuck in the back seat.