Never used them, but definitely never will. On my way to work today I was running late so was in a rush. One of your drivers, a bald dude about 50-60 y.o. who wears sunglasses, was going 60 in the left lane. There was another car in the right lane and every time I'd try to pass, the bald dude would match the speed of the other car pinning me behind him or the other car. This went on for a mile or so. So now I'm getting annoyed, so I tailed him and he flipped me off in the company vehicle. I returned the gesture being heated by him, which was not cool but I'm not driving a company vehicle representing the company either. Unprofessional and idiotic is the image he sends when driving for the company. If I were on the way to a hospital instead of work, this limp dong douche could've done serious harm.
Due to a family emergency I was having to use Enterprise frequently. Staff was amazing (especially Annna and Meg) and they don't deny you because of your credit score like Hertz. I would of given Enterprise a 5 star, but for this area they do not always have a car available so I suggest reserving in advance and sometimes I had to wait for the car to be cleaned when I was ready to go. All in all, I would definitely rent from them again and the Customer service is great.
I am totally satisfied with Enterprise! I am a large man who needs a little bit more room. They accommodate me with no questions asked. I will continue to rent from entrprise. I am also considering buying one of there vehicles. They are well taken care of, and it's nice to know that it's ready almost always!
I'm a Hertz Gold Member and reserved my car online. When I went to pick it up, I was not given any explanation of charges, verbally or even a printed out receipt. I was unknowingly given a more expensive car than I had reserved, and charged $25 extra per day for it, again, not told to me when I picked up the car. When the car was returned, the guy at the desk, Jake, basically said there was nothing he could do about it, and to call Hertz if we wanted to. I called the Billing dept at Hertz and got yelled at by the lady I spoke to, who told me to "take responsibility for this." I stayed courteous throughout the whole call because I really want to give her the benefit of the doubt that she's not a mean person; I really hope Hertz records their phone conversations. She then gave me the number for the Hertz location where I picked up the car and told me to talk to the manager, and when I called, it turns out that particular manager hasn't worked for Hertz for years. I had to call for three consecutive days, leaving a message & callback number every time (no one ever called me back), until a manager finally picked up the phone. The manager, Jessie, said she believed Jake when he said he gave me a verbal explanation of charges, even though she did confirm with him that I was never presented with a paper printout of the charges when I picked up the keys. She decided not to believe me, and I got the feeling that even if she did believe me, she wouldn't have done anything about it.