"Would you like a full tank for less"- SCAM in a b
Pros: The "come-on" price looked good. Real Price at check out? - not so much.
Cons: I'm not sure why I was shown a $237 price at first, then surprised when it was over $281 at check out. The only place I can see for the overage is in the offer to "fill the tank by the company". Their representative said, "We're a lot less than at the pump." That should have warned me. I last filled my Taurus in Oregon (a high gas price state), for $26.60. The added surprise cost from Advantage? - over $44. Last time I rented from Enterprise, their final price was understandable, reasonable, and I topped off the tank before returning the car for a LOT less than $44. I'll go back to them next time, and avoid Advantage. Also, the car had a huge scuff on the front left bumper and quarter panel. The rep acted surprised to see it, but I was in a hurry to get my elderly Mom at the airport, so I accepted it. Otherwise, the car was fine. The rental place was understaffed and folks waiting with me had complaints about their waits. A fellow waiting with me told me his first rental set off a tire warning light as he left to start his trip. He took it back, finding a nail it, and he told me the attendant said; "It'll be OK." After insisting, he was given a repaired tire. Sure, these are hear-say, but all in my one visit to Advantage? C'mon.