Routes Car Rental Agreement

They are a fraudulent rental location, never rent their vehicles, they pay the extra and go elsewhere!!!! There is a long thread about the poor service and quality of this company in the Toronto forum that you could have checked out before booking. which basically sums up the rental experience: go cheap, you cry. However, as mentioned above, the error in this particular case is actually yours. I WOULD NEVER RENT HERE AGAIN!!!! Shuttle service never runs 15 minutes, more than every 45 minutes if you`re lucky!! The drivers are not helpful at all – I walk with an axe and had to load and carry my suitcase and fight in their unplowed parking lot. I returned the car and took my flight home and thought I was done with them. It seems that they are well established in Toronto and have a location in Calgary. Kayak connects to a site called carrentalexpress.com to make the reservation, a little cheaper than for other standard companies. I called the company and they say they have a shuttle to pick up passengers and they are about fifteen minutes from the airport. I would welcome the comments of all those who have used “itineraries” and carrentalexpress.com in Reliability, etc.

Thank you Try to suggest that someone, simply because they do not regularly post on Tripadvisor, does not read T`s &C`s on rental agreements? It`s always a good idea to research where the rental car pickup location is before making a reservation. “We are pleased to welcome our new affiliate partners to the Routes Car Rental network of sites and look forward to continued growth as we discuss cooperation with independent car rental agencies around the world,” Bob Thunell, vice president of sales at Routes Car Rental, said in a statement. Link: www.routes.ca/Rental-policies.aspx?p=YYZ warning!!!! (Roads/Economy) their scam goes like this: They give you a vehicle with 1/4 fuel, knowing that it`s not enough, and knowing that you`re going to put more fuel in – and fully realizing that if you return the vehicle, it`ll have more fuel in it (if less they charge you for it!). They can offer you a (very small) cash refund or a promise of discount on a future rent. The discount will never happen (we tried, but we have always been much more expensive than the competition and of course not available through an online booking agency), so take the money if offered. But really accept no less than a full tank. Never! I had a similar experience. When I arrived at their off-site site, they informed me that I had to pay an extra $16.99/day for mandatory insurance that was not mentioned in the online booking via Ace Car Rental via Travelocity…