Eventually getting a new vehicle was the only thing I liked. This was by far the worst rental car we have ever had. The sticker in the upper left hand side on the windshield said the cars next oil change was due at 23,000 miles. There were over 40,000 miles on the car. The car wouldn’t engage into reverse right away. My father had the car in reverse, took his foot off the break and it rolled forward. The transmission shifted roughly. The car got stuck in literally an inch of snow. To get the car to move we had to drive with the traction control off (not ideal nor safe). It snowed again, and the car was terrible. Our whole trip out to the Reno/Lake Tahoe area was for skiing. I looked at the tires on the vehicle, both back tires (passenger side definitely worse) we’re both smooth as a baby’s bottom. The back passenger side tire literally had multiple holes in it, one of which the cords and threads of the tire were showing. I called budget and told them this, to which they responded they didn’t have any other vehicles. How is a rental car company content with sending vehicles in that condition out? And hearing from customers the unsafe conditions of the vehicle and basically just telling them tough luck? That baffled me. We easily could’ve gotten into an accident driving in the snowy conditions with bald tires, or easily had a blowout on the high way with the cord showing/hole in one of the tires. I was not content with being told tough luck, so I continued calling budget until someone was able to give us another car. I believe the girl I spoke to was Alyssa in the roadside assistance department. She was accommodating and told me she spoke to a manager at the Reno/Tahoe airport and they had a comparable car ready waiting for my father and I and to just go to the budget desk and say we spoke to her. We drove to the airport and we’re told by the workers they had no idea what I was talking about and had “no cars available” but they gave us another car. Overall I’m extremely dissatisfied with my experience with budget.