My only two complaints are that I paid a huge premium at about 100 a day, that is crazy for a standard vehicle, and that there is some disconnect between the main number people and the local rental desk. You get a rental and confirm number but then go to the airport desk and there is no car. This kept happening, I had to go twice without getting a car, and the local person insisted there were no same day rentals and no cars. This was contradicted by the person on the phone, who insisted they did have cars and did do same day rentals. It is a huge hassle and there were a lot of bruised feelings on both sides, because people don't accept that (not how this works generally) and I witnessed heated interchanges and experienced some snappiness myself. Why aren't they on the same page? What has to happen for the local inventory to be reflected accurately at the main office? If you have a confirmation number you are entitled to a car and this system just causes the local person to endure negative feedback. Otherwise I had a good rental experience, the car was clean and easy to get and return. I was met in the parking area by Quinn who handles cleaning the return cars and it was very smooth.