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It's really incredible that Apple did not come out with a larger display two iphone generations ago.
The next day I was down stairs waiting for the shuttle bus at 8.45am at this time it was raining but i stood there waiting for the shuttle bus as I didn't want to miss it. I could not wait any longer and Gary's advice was to either keep waiting on the rain with a chance to miss my flight or use the hotel car to drive me the airport.

When we gave back the car the associate in Avis said that all charges on the contract need to be circled and initialed which he didn't do.
From the Airport to Doubletree Guest Suites Anaheim (Harbor Bldv)I caught the Southern California Grayline shuttle bus.
It was then 9.45am and I decided to go back in to the lobby to ask Gary if I could use his phone because my cell phone didn't have coverage in the area. I asked him how much that was going to cost and he said $95, I told him that I could not afford that but then if I kept waiting for the bus there was a very high possibility I would miss my flight and it would cost me more money to re-book my flight. Approximately 0.4 miles from the rental location (driving at approximately 30 mph) the rear passenger-side tire BLEW out. Three months after the trip, I recieve a letter from Thrifty that while on this trip, I missed a .50 toll and charged me a 25 admin fee. We rented the cheapest we could find, and were told we would be getting a ford probe or focus.
My request was to be reimbursed for my expenses in catching the Hotel car and the money I had paid for the shuttle bus.
On May 20th 2009 I picked up my vehicle from Avis from Glendale California, and the sales associate whos name is Julio had printed out the contract.
I later received a letter saying that teh windscreen was damaged and that a charge of 200 plus taxes would be charged to my card.
The bus driver informed that in order for them to pick me up from the Doubletree Hotel back to the LA Airport to call them a day before. On the phone he explained to the person on the phone that there was someone waiting to be picked up and that i was going to miss my flight. They told me that they had no record of my phone call and that maybe i called the wrong company and that I was not going to get any money from them. In the contract that I signed he circled that i will have to pay 301.71 at the end of my destination.
I called Avis 3 times, and tried to dispute my charges and they just ignored what my issue was with them. I wrote to Avis telling them that the car was sighted by their staff and therefore that I assumed the damage must have occured after I handed the car over. The only thing they would do for me is give me back a portion of the bus ticket I had purchased in advance. Suspiciously, the agent scratched out the numbers on the contract that indicated the 'estimated total' and sent us on our way.

I was on the phone with them for over 30 minutes explaining over and over again my situation but they did not care and I got the feeling they didn't belive me when I said I called me to book the shuttle bus a day before.Report Your Experience a€?If you've had a bad experience -- or a good one -- with a consumer product or service, we'd like to hear about it. I was on the phone with them for over 30 minutes explaining over and over again my situation but they did not care and I got the feeling they didn't belive me when I said I called me to book the shuttle bus a day before.Report Your Experience If you've had a bad experience -- or a good one -- with a consumer product or service, we'd like to hear about it.
When we went to the car we were given, it was a Nissan Versa, but such a small car that we assumed that it was within the cheapest range and besides that we had a receipt for the rates. A lady picked up the phone and I explained to her the reason for my call and she said I was going to be picked up at 9am the next day. All complaints are reviewed by class action attorneys and are considered for publication on our site. And because traffic was heavy i drove 0.4 miles to the rental location so that I could stop safely and examine the damage. Upon doing so I saw a LARGE hole in the tire - appoximately the size of two fists - on the SIDE of the tire. The woman at the LAX counter was completely unhelpful and rude and told us to take it up with the Ontario Budget Rent A Car center. Dollar is not threatening me to charge me for the tire, the rim, and all damages incurred because I drove it 0.4 miles at 5mph back to the rental location. When I called them, in ONE phone call the agent -- while looking at our receipt-- quoted me 3 different rates and offered to reduce it to 42.99 per day, a rate that had never even been mentioned before. Also, because the transaction was done with a debit card (never do that!) the put a hard-pull on our credit report WITHOUT OUR KNOWLEDGE or CONSENT! Then they took out 400 at the time of renting it as some sort of deposit on the car (which we haven't received back). Others on the bus came forward with very similar stories of that same thing happening to them!
I've received NO help from Budget Rent A Car and I am on a campaign to warn you of their fraudulent ways and hopefully save you the hundreds of dollars that this has cost us.

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