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Advantage Rental Car

About Advantage Rent a Car Take advantage of great deals and discounts today by booking your Advantage car rental with CarRentals.com. Around since 1963, Advantage Rent A Car maintains more than 150 locations across the United States and 130 franchises around the world. Whether you need to book a rental car after a long flight or need transportation from your hotel, Advantage has a location near you. CarRentals.com provides an easy way for customers to book Advantage rental cars online. You can browse through hundreds of listings and compare different vehicles side-by-side and choose the best one that fits your specific budgetary and vacation needs. Whether you plan on taking your family for a long road trip or need a sports car to take your loved one on a weekend getaway, Advantage has what you need. If you’re looking for a convenient way to book your next rental car, look to CarRentals.com. Booking online with CarRentals.com is your best option if you want great deals on a variety of vehicles. Browsing through dozens of websites and calling rental agencies looking for the lowest rates can take an entire day to complete. Finding cheap prices is made easy with CarRentals.com. You no longer have to browse online or be on the phone. We at CarRentals.com think you should use the precious time to map out your route. Booking your Advantage car rental as soon as possible is important. If you wait until the last minute, you’ll likely spend cash that could have been used to treat your family or friends to a fun activity. Use CarRentals.com to reserve your affordable Advantage rental today and save money on your next trip!
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Advantage Rental Car

Damage to a Rental Vehicle: A person who rents a vehicle from Advantage Rent A Car is responsible for the safe return of the rental vehicle in the same condition in which it was rented, except for normal wear and tear. Unless prohibited by state law, a renter may be held responsible for all damages to the rental vehicle, including loss of use, should the vehicle be damaged in an incident. This is the case regardless of fault. Whether or not you caused the accident, you may be asked to pay for the damage up to and including the total cost of replacing the vehicle in case of a total wreck or loss. The renter is responsible for checking the vehicle before departure from the rental facility and upon return to the rental facility. In the event that a rental vehicle has been involved in an incident, be sure that any estimated damage to the rental vehicle has been recorded properly before leaving the rental facility.
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Advantage Rental Car

About Advantage Rent a Car Take advantage of great deals and discounts today by booking your Advantage car rental with CarRentals.com. Around since 1963, Advantage Rent A Car maintains more than 150 locations across the United States and 130 franchises around the world. Whether you need to book a rental car after a long flight or need transportation from your hotel, Advantage has a location near you.
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Advantage Rental Car

I reserved an Advantage Car using the Orbitz website. Price was good. When I arrived at the airport to get the car, I was told that the policy for local renters was different. There was to be a very large hold put on my debit card, I needed to have a copy of my insurance card, and I was limited to driving 150 miles per day. Yes, I have a local address, but I am currently caring for my parents out of state and I have to fly to Dallas from time to time to check on things at home. I had a round trip ticket from Portland to DFW. I also am fully ensured by no longer carry a paper, I used my smartphone to access my policy/numbers when needed.Let me state that I believe that companies have the right to set their own policies however in this situation I have two major concerns: #1, These additional “rules” were not presented when I reserved the car on Orbitz. The agent said that Advantage has nothing to do with what is on the Orbitz site and that they were not responsible for that. I disagree. If they are allowing their product to be “sold” via a third agent, Advantage SHOULD make sure that the info is accurate on the site. My second major concern is the discriminatory nature of treating “local” residents differently than non-local residents – essentially putting an additional financial burden on someone because of their zip code. Sounds like discrimination to me.I asked the agent why the policy was different for local residents. “Don’t know, company policy.” At that point, since I had not paid for the reservation, much to the shock of the agent, I said, “Alright, thank you very much, please give me my debit card and license back.” I do carry a credit card but was not asked for that. I promptly took my business to another company in the rental complex and gladly gave them my business. At the other business, Budget, I was treated as I am treated anywhere in the country.Companies are responsible for how they are represented, even by third parties – they can blame the “bait and switch” on the third party but because they played this game with me, they lost almost $400 in rental fees for a car that will be driven 40 miles over 5 days. Additionally, I will not rent from Advantage, ever again. This is the FIRST complaint letter I have ever written to a third party site.Helpful?YesNo
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Advantage Rental Car

I reserved an Advantage Car using the Orbitz website. Price was good. When I arrived at the airport to get the car, I was told that the policy for local renters was different. There was to be a very large hold put on my debit card, I needed to have a copy of my insurance card, and I was limited to driving 150 miles per day. Yes, I have a local address, but I am currently caring for my parents out of state and I have to fly to Dallas from time to time to check on things at home. I had a round trip ticket from Portland to DFW. I also am fully ensured by no longer carry a paper, I used my smartphone to access my policy/numbers when needed.Let me state that I believe that companies have the right to set their own policies however in this situation I have two major concerns: #1, These additional “rules” were not presented when I reserved the car on Orbitz. The agent said that Advantage has nothing to do with what is on the Orbitz site and that they were not responsible for that. I disagree. If they are allowing their product to be “sold” via a third agent, Advantage SHOULD make sure that the info is accurate on the site. My second major concern is the discriminatory nature of treating “local” residents differently than non-local residents – essentially putting an additional financial burden on someone because of their zip code. Sounds like discrimination to me.I asked the agent why the policy was different for local residents. “Don’t know, company policy.” At that point, since I had not paid for the reservation, much to the shock of the agent, I said, “Alright, thank you very much, please give me my debit card and license back.” I do carry a credit card but was not asked for that. I promptly took my business to another company in the rental complex and gladly gave them my business. At the other business, Budget, I was treated as I am treated anywhere in the country.Companies are responsible for how they are represented, even by third parties – they can blame the “bait and switch” on the third party but because they played this game with me, they lost almost $400 in rental fees for a car that will be driven 40 miles over 5 days. Additionally, I will not rent from Advantage, ever again. This is the FIRST complaint letter I have ever written to a third party site.
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Advantage Rental Car

Michael of Fort Worth, TX on March 15, 2017Satisfaction RatingI reserved an Advantage Car using the Orbitz website. Price was good. When I arrived at the airport to get the car, I was told that the policy for local renters was different. There was to be a very large hold put on my debit card, I needed to have a copy of my insurance card, and I was limited to driving 150 miles per day. Yes, I have a local address, but I am currently caring for my parents out of state and I have to fly to Dallas from time to time to check on things at home. I had a round trip ticket from Portland to DFW. I also am fully ensured by no longer carry a paper, I used my smartphone to access my policy/numbers when needed.Let me state that I believe that companies have the right to set their own policies however in this situation I have two major concerns: #1, These additional “rules” were not presented when I reserved the car on Orbitz. The agent said that Advantage has nothing to do with what is on the Orbitz site and that they were not responsible for that. I disagree. If they are allowing their product to be “sold” via a third agent, Advantage SHOULD make sure that the info is accurate on the site. My second major concern is the discriminatory nature of treating “local” residents differently than non-local residents – essentially putting an additional financial burden on someone because of their zip code. Sounds like discrimination to me.I asked the agent why the policy was different for local residents. “Don’t know, company policy.” At that point, since I had not paid for the reservation, much to the shock of the agent, I said, “Alright, thank you very much, please give me my debit card and license back.” I do carry a credit card but was not asked for that. I promptly took my business to another company in the rental complex and gladly gave them my business. At the other business, Budget, I was treated as I am treated anywhere in the country.Companies are responsible for how they are represented, even by third parties – they can blame the “bait and switch” on the third party but because they played this game with me, they lost almost $400 in rental fees for a car that will be driven 40 miles over 5 days. Additionally, I will not rent from Advantage, ever again. This is the FIRST complaint letter I have ever written to a third party site.Helpful?YesNo

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Advantage Rental Car

Published on Apr 29, 2017 | Under Car | By michael ellis
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