Many rental companies load on fees that you weren’t even aware of, only until after you return the car. KOMONews states some of these fees include: adding a child safety seat, satellite radio, emergency roadside assistance, or using the E-ZPass to pay tolls.
Consumer Reports ShopSmart checked the fees at the nine big rental companies, including Enterprise, Hertz, Avis and Dollar and found that losing the key, adding a second driver, changing drop off location, and not refueling the tank account for the most expensive fees placed upon consumers.
Next time you rent a car be informed of the company’s fees and policies in order to avoid hefty fees.
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