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Rated with 1 star
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Original review: April 11, 2019

If I could give Alamo a minus 10 rating, I would. I would strongly suggest that if you are going to rent from Alamo, National or Enterprise (they are owned apparently by the same company) that you read the reviews carefully before renting. My cousin and I rented a car in early September '18. We returned the car with a full tank and NO DAMAGE. 3 weeks later we received a letter saying that there were 13 places of damage on the car (including a damaged roof rack! It was a convertible and there was NO roof rack). We both called people and agencies from the airport itself to Washington D.C. A bill arrived with the promise of a collection agency... $1,075. After months of sleepless nights and frustrating phone calls and absolutely no one to help us, we paid the $1,075. That's a lot of money for something we didn't do. This seems to be "business as usual" for Alamo. READ THE REVIEWS!!! Renter Beware!!!

2 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: April 9, 2019

When I went to pick up my car, I was asked about the extended policy and I said no because I already purchased it online. He stated I didn’t but I showed him. He said that insurance policy didn’t cover the car. I still said no. When I checked into my hotel, I noticed the guy sneaked it in on me. Alamo is a rip-off. What Dirt Bag company.

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Rated with 2 stars
Verified Reviewer
Original review: April 2, 2019

I find that the Alamo car rental return persons and its reporting of lost items procedure to be very very very DISHONEST. On two occasions I accidentally left items in their cars and realized within 30 minutes of leaving their return area. I immediately called back and was told that the items each time were not there. The first time was a portable battery pack that was in the middle console of the vehicle I was driving. The second time was recently in March 2019. I left a brand new leather jacket in the vehicle and called back immediately, only to be told the jacket was not in the vehicle. VERY DISHONEST WORKERS IN THE RENTAL RETURN AREAS. The bad thing is these incidents were in two different states. It tells you what is happening in Alamo. They have to do better!!!

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Rated with 1 star
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Original review: March 27, 2019

I recently rented a car from Alamo and when I returned the vehicle they overcharged 62 extra dollars for absolutely no reason. After contacting the rental site on West Kennedy trying to resolve this issue they were of no assistance. The manager Al kept telling me what he had in his computer. After I told him I have the original receipt he was very rude and unwilling to help ... DO NOT USE THEIR SERVICE. THEY ARE RIP OFFS.

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Rated with 5 stars
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Original review: March 26, 2019

Good service, car was clean and ready to go and they offered me a significant discount on an upgraded car since they had a bunch on hand. Check in when done was fast and with courtesy even with all the construction at the airport return area.

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Rated with 1 star
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Original review: March 25, 2019

For the safety of you and any passengers rent elsewhere because Alamo at the Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport is negligent. About 600 miles into solo desert road trip I scrolled through the onboard computer and saw the tire pressure in all four tires was at 48 psi instead of 33 psi. I was horrified and hoped it was an error since I had been driving in storms the previous night and was currently in the middle of nowhere. I bought a tire gauge as soon as I could find one and, nope, they were all dangerously overinflated. Much less important but certainly annoying was the car also came with zero windshield washing fluid. Something is definitely wrong with their service department.

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Rated with 1 star
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Original review: March 23, 2019

I had reserved a car with Alamo through Priceline. I was picking it up at Denver International airport. I got on the shuttle bus and the woman bus driver was immediately rude to me, inferring that I was stupid because I didn't understand where she wanted me to put my skis and she had to get out of her seat to show me... "Oh my god!" At the reservation desk, the clerk kept trying to get me to upgrade from the $200 car I reserved to a $600 car.

I declined three times. What a pain after a long trip!!! When I checked my account that night, I found that I had been charged for the $600 car that I had declined. When I called the Alamo rep, she said that they couldn't refund the money until I brought the car back and closed out the contract. THEN she said that it would take up to ten days after that to get the money back. EVEN THOUGH IT WAS THEIR MISTAKE!!! Alamo is run by a bunch of crooks. Why is this allowed? Where are our consumer laws?

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6 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Feb. 21, 2019

Reserved a car in advance and had it paid for in advance. When we tried to pick up car got a lot of runaround trying very hard to pressure us into upgrading then tried to add another driver and was told it would be $12 a day extra which is ridiculous. Anyway but then after we got the car finally and left. Looked at the paperwork she gave us and there was additional charges of over $300 on top of the $12 a day. I complained when we took car back and girl said she would give us a $30 credit (Big Deal) and she would have a rep call me. When they called gave me some story about the extra $300 was an airport charge and they had no control over it. After arguing for a while he finally said best he could do was give me the $30 credit but shouldn't even do that. It's been a week and still have not seen the credit. Would never rent from them again.

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Verified Reviewer
Original review: Feb. 19, 2019

This topic is just to warn this community about the car rental company ALAMO (especially Puerto Montt airport's agency). What to say about it (there's much!)... Even if you booked a car online the price and the disponibility can be changed at the desk. Poor service and very disagreeable employees (we made rewrite the contract 3 times because of the many mistakes made by the employee) who doesn't make any effort to understand you even if your Spanish is quite understandable (making fun of the customer as well...). After a damage during a night (windshield wipers broken and antenna stolen) we were charged 4 time the market's price without any explanation or written proof. After 4 month of emailings with the "Customer Service" still no answer. And that's only the "highlights" of our very unpleasant (and very expensive!) experience with ALAMO. Pathetic! Be aware and avoid those scammers! Have a nice trip anyway. ;)

Alamo Car Rental response
Thibaud,
Thank you for your comments. We are certainly happy to look into this for you and help provide you with the answers to your questions regarding your personal experience. Please send us a detailed email including the exact rental location, your contact telephone number, your rental agreement or reservation numbers and any further information regarding your experience with us.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Regards,

Carol H.

2 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 starResolution In Progress
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Feb. 15, 2019

Alamo left us stranded at Honolulu Airport along with three other families. They claimed they were having problems with their shuttle and would remain open until they picked us all up. Almost one hour later now 1 am they never came and had closed! We found one rental car company that was still open and had to spend an extra $250.00 to rent a vehicle from Hertz. Don’t ever book with Alamo unless you want to spend your vacation in the airport!

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Arleen,
Thank you for your comments. We are certainly happy to look into this for you and help provide you with the answers to your questions regarding your personal experience. Please send us a detailed email including the exact rental location, your contact telephone number, your rental agreement or reservation numbers and any further information regarding your experience with us.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Regards,

Carol H.

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Rated with 1 starResolution In Progress
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Verified Reviewer
Original review: Feb. 9, 2019

My fiancé sister rented a car from this company, when she went to pick up the car, they told her she needs to bring her flight ticket even though she showed them her ID and her American Express credit card and told her to cancel her reservation. When she told me that, I told her this is not right, and I told her I will rent the same car and I did. When I went to pick up the car they ask me for my ID and asked me how am gonna pay, I told them credit of course. I noticed that they are hiding something, so I told them, "What’s wrong," they told me that I didn’t pass. I surprised and said "Pass what??" And they told me that the company has a new system. Once they put the address and the name it’s gonna be up to the system. And they refused to give me the real reason especially after I told them what’s happen with my fiancé sister, till now I don’t know why they didn’t give the car for both of us. Bad customer services, bad company

Alamo Car Rental response
Bashar,
Thank you for your comments. We are certainly happy to look into this for you and help provide you with the answers to your questions regarding your personal experience. Please send us a detailed email including the exact rental location, your contact telephone number, your rental agreement or reservation numbers and any further information regarding your experience with us.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Regards,

Carol H.

3 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
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Original review: Jan. 28, 2019

Arbitrary, illogical, inflexible, uncommercial and with absolute disregard for the inconvenience caused at the 11th hour - a disgrace to customer service!!! We had a trip to Bath booked for some weeks; planning to pick up a car from this provider at Heathrow airport at 8 am on Sunday 27/1 (ie, leaving home at 6 am). Payment had been taken from my credit card, all arrangements had been locked in and I had reviewed the applicable T&Cs which suggested that my UK address would need to be verified upon pickup. Having been in the country for around 3 months, and subleasing (ie, not having any bills in my name), even though I brought an original of my sublease and utility bills in the name of my sublessor (such that it was clear that I did in fact, legally, live at this address) I foresaw that there may be issues verifying my address.

Anticipating this difficulty, I asked my friend (who has been in the UK for 7 months, leases a flat in his own name, with utility, council and rates bills and UK credit cards and UK bank accounts, in his own name) to bring his proof of address. Given his tenure in the UK, we had been confident that it would have been clear to any reasonable person, that he does in fact verifiably reside in the UK. Alamo uses a third party address verification service provider, which for some undisclosed, unknown and inexplicable reason was unable to verify not only my UK residence, but also my friend's residence in the UK. Alamo staff were unreasonable in their approach, unwilling to assist, inflexible and completely devoid of any solution to assist, or recognition of the fact that this arbitrary rejection had completely railroaded our day.

As a last minute renter, we were unable to find any other available cars and had to cancel our day trip, forfeiting significant funds referable to pre-booked tours and appointments. Will obviously never book anything with Alamo ever again, and encourage everyone to stay as far away from this rental service as possible. Avoid Alamo at all costs, pay the little bit extra and stay away from these clowns!

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Rated with 1 star
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Verified Reviewer
Original review: Jan. 24, 2019

I believe after doing research that this company and locations regularly participate in insurance fraud as I have seen multiple other renters with the same story as ours! In July of 2018 my husband rented a truck in order to pick up some items from our storage unit. We had the truck for a one day rental and checked it back in at the airport.

When we returned the truck the employee completed the check in process with no problem. We were not in a hurry as we live in Atlanta and were not rushing off to a flight etc. The employee let my husband know he was free to go and the vehicle had been successfully checked in, they would send something electronically later and we were given no paperwork. A few weeks later we received notice that Alamo was filing a claim that we damaged the vehicle. The vehicle was reported to have thousands of dollars of damage. Since that time we have been very clear that we did not damage this vehicle and we will not be making any payments.

1. We turned this vehicle in with no damage, for this amount of extensive damage we assume your employees would report this right away and we would have had to deal with it at the time of check in.
2. We are fully insured with a 250 dollar deductible. We would have no problem taking care of this damage IF we were responsible. We only rented this car to pick up items from storage, we have good credit and a great record of car rentals. Frankly we find this to be ridiculous.

3. This branch should be investigating their employees who either hit this car when parking it or took it out for a joy ride and damaged it. OR the managers filing these false claims to gain insurance money. I will be reporting you to every business agency possible.

I feel as if Alamo and this branch manager and office are trying to scam us out of money. I also saw online that this has happened in other locations, there are multiple complaints from other airport locations about your insurance fraud and how you check cars back in and then weeks later send over damage claims. DO NOT rent from this company. My lawyer is currently dealing with this issue.

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9 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Jan. 21, 2019

I rented a car for a day and a half with no damages and returned it with no damages. I took that car back to the airport where I rented it from and I was asked did I want my invoice emailed to me and I said yes. Sorry company never emailed me my invoice and they never checked in the car. Then two weeks later they sent me a letter saying that there were damages on the car. If it was why would you wait two weeks later to say that. Then who else did they rent that car out too within those two weeks. So I call the customer service line to speak with someone about the letter and they stated that I would hear back from the loss prevention manager within 2 weeks and I never heard anything from the manager.

So 3 months later they send me an invoice in the mail saying I owe 2500 dollars for damages to the car and they sent photos of the area with no dates or times on the picture. So they are doing insurance fraud because nobody will show me the video that I have requested to view that they claim they got from the vehicle, so never rent from these people with their terrible customer service and unprofessional staff for not contacting people in a timely manner about issues. I rate them as the worst retail company ever. And they will not get a dime until I see this video footage.

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7 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Jan. 12, 2019

On Expedia, we had a car booked for $800 for six days when an ad from Alamo came up promising a much cheaper price. As a result, we canceled the previous booking only to be told that Alamo’s website had been glitching and the car we booked was falsely advertised and not available. Since the original car we booked was no longer available, Alamo’s incompetence resulted in an extra $300 being spent on this holiday. No help or compensation was given for this error and we are extremely unimpressed. This is disappointing and unacceptable in a company. Do not trust Alamo - go somewhere else and save your time and money. Expedia, however, was helpful and offered us a voucher since this was booked through their website.

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Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Jan. 3, 2019

Hi, I booked a car through Opodo/Rental Cars/Alamo. Alamo is represented in Saint-Denis by Enterprise. I booked a Renault Clio/or similar and was given a Dacia. According to them it's in the same group... Well not in my book... Sharp practice. Then charged 30 Euro to clean sand from the floor. The inspection for body damage took an age, the guy seemed disappointed to find no scratches so he looked again. I will book direct with Hertz next time.

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Rated with 1 star
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Original review: Dec. 30, 2018

Don't use Alamo car rental! It is a horrible company! We made a reservation with them to rent a car for one week and when we went to pick up the vehicle at the airport in Cancun, they just told us, shamelessly, that they do not respect reservations in high season. DO NOT use this company - they are horrible.

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Rated with 1 star
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Original review: Dec. 30, 2018

After a flight from Italy, and with all my approved, printed documents on hand, I presented my USA driver's license and the trouble began. I live in Italy. My last USA residency confused the desk worker as they were simply disturbed I lived in Italy presently. This despite having numerous documents, all valid, from both countries. They said I couldn't have a car unless I paid $600 in insurance. All of this news was never mentioned in all of my printed receipts and paperwork guaranteeing me my vehicle, weeks prior.

Because I had a limited budget I asked if I could still drive a car off the lot. They said yes! Uninsured. I said, "Does this mean if any car hits me, I'm hospitalized or dead, I'm still supposed to pay for the car? Because no coverage exists?" They said yes. Now what kind of company allows an uninsured car to be driven off a lot so they can collect money if there's an accident? Alamo does. There was no insurance provided on a temporary scale just because I was an international temporary resident in Italy. Plus, I had a valid USA driver's license. Unprofessional and careless behavior, 100%. I'm glad I didn't pay the spontaneous and unmentioned $600 insurance, but my driving time in L.A. was a drag, thinking about accidents and hit and runs. Alamo is bad business.

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Rated with 1 star
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Original review: Dec. 29, 2018

I have reserved a car via expedia.com and as I arrived at the agency to pick It up the Guy told me they had no cars available. There were at least three other people on the queue who I assume must have gone through the Same problem. Do not recommend Alamo/Expedia.

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Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Dec. 25, 2018

Rented a car to pick up in Central America with carrental.com with coverage and everything. When I arrive to airport Alamo tell me they don’t accept insurance from them and my rental will cost me 1,500 for the month when the rental with the third party was costing me with insurance less than half of that. Rental people were rude and nasty,. Did not care to give me any options or plans. Pretty much go somewhere else and that was it. The rental insurance in this country is ridiculous and think I’m making payment for the car. 1500 for a month rental is impossible. No country is that high. They are highway robbery. Never again.

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Rated with 1 star
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Original review: Dec. 22, 2018

Returned a one way rental to the Alamo w 44th location. The vehicle wouldn't fit in their garage but I was instructed by Alamo customer service to leave at the location. The manager TRAVON ** assured me he would take care of the issue. A few weeks later I'm charged with a parking ticket the vehicle received the day after I returned it. TRAVON didn't check the vehicle in till the next day and lied about the time I returned it. Blatant fraud and I'm left on the hook for $129. Alamo won't refund me because TRAVON ** provided a FALSE time of return. STAY AWAY FROM ALAMO, WORST CUSTOMER SERVICE EVER.

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Rated with 5 stars
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Original review: Dec. 21, 2018

After a very long day and canceled flights, we decided to rent a car and drive home. Their staff was courteous and helpful at 11:30 at night. Especially the lot attendant. He gave us directions and offered us a bottle of water. Good price, easy pickup.

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Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Dec. 17, 2018

Rented an Alamo car in Florida for a week long vacation costing 150.00 which was very reasonable rate. Unfortunately my vacation was cut very short when my husband became seriously ill and required hospitalization for the entire week and was not able to fly home on discharge. Our option was to take two days and drive home which required me to add two days to my rental and a drop off fee. Alamo charged me over 900.00 for this change and had no sympathy for our situation. This was outrageous. Every other company I dealt with was so understanding and went out of their way to accommodate us in this stressful time EXCEPT Alamo. Will never rent from them again and will spread the word by mouth and social media.

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Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Dec. 10, 2018

I wish to alert the public at large that ALAMO Car Rental at Las Americas Airport, in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic offers to rent a car for $54:86 for four days. Their offer was cleverly put together with a picture of a little car. When we went to pick up the car, the price rose up to three hundred and change US dollars. When we questioned their representatives, they attempted to justify the price increase with tax and other rental car jargons. The point is this: they should have clearly stated how much they required for four days instead of using deception to lure customers and especially with the little car which fits seemingly the low price. Simply put, these folks are simply dishonest. It is worthy to note that two of the girls that attended to us apparently were not pleased to be a partakers of this disingenuous act. Folks be aware. We ended up paying $190.00. That should have been the proper information from the beginning.

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Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Dec. 5, 2018

Concluding a week's vacation in Yellowstone, my first stop at the airport was to return my Alamo rental car. My wife carried the keys into the counter to turn them in and close the transaction while I remained with the car. The attendant refused to have a joint turn-in inspection and furthermore threatened a nearly $300 fee for a broken keyring (basically a zip-tie). A few weeks later I received a claim that the vehicle was damaged (cracked windshield). The charge for repair would be in excess of $430 including 2 days rental loss and $50 administrative fees.

I strongly doubt any damage occurred to the vehicle while in my possession, surely I would have seen/heard if a rock or something hit it while driving! Nonetheless, it is still a possibility... The point is, the refusal to inspect the turn-in, and counter with threatening remarks to my wife who promptly encouraged me to not "make a fuss, it will be ok"... It was not.

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Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Dec. 4, 2018

We are disgusted. Every other company that we rent with allows the spouse to drive. So here we are in the airport, I am with the kids getting luggage while my husband rents a car, and the Alamo folks are insisting that I can't drive unless I also come to the rental counter (a mile away). Ridiculous policy!!! I'll go back to renting with a normal company.

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Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Nov. 26, 2018

A month after the car rental, the entire amount of the deposit was written off my card. After numerous complaints and appeals to Alamo and to my bank, the sum was returned. I did not see any grounds for writing off, pleading guilty and apologies. Nevermore!

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Rated with 1 star
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Original review: Nov. 24, 2018

I reserved a car thru Priceline with Alamo for a trip to go to my mom's funeral in another state. After my flight I go to the counter to pick up my rental car only to be told I have an old debt with Enterprise and they couldn't rent to me. I filed bankruptcy so there is no debt, but I'm now on a permanent do not rent with Alamo, National, and Enterprise.

They didnt cancel the reservation or let me know ahead of time so I could make other arrangements because they said it's their way of punishing people who owe them money. So now I'm in another state with no rental car to get to the funeral. This is already a very difficult time but they made it awful. After two hours in tears I was finally able to rent a car thru another car rental place and since it's last minute it cost me 300 more than I was supposed to pay originally. They could have let me know but they would rather make me suffer more.

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Rated with 1 star
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Original review: Nov. 17, 2018

We had reserved your services at SDQ (Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic) to be picked up at the this international airport. As we were ready to pick up the vehicle we were told that they had no vehicle available. This caused us tremendous burden that we had to select another car service rental that cost us ($689) more than your company offered us. A company so well known, for this experience I'll not recommend anyone to utilized your company for not overseeing your inventory or your sub services for their lack of services for us the travelers. :(

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Rated with 5 stars
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Nov. 15, 2018

Mercy the manager and the ladies are the best at Alamo Car Rental. Thank you for excellent service. I was in and out in ten minutes. They were all professionals. Thank you... Thank you. Hertz reminds me of the yellow cabs. They never thought Uber, Lyft or Juno would make it affordable. Hertz needs say are for ** business only. They also need to inform men like Dalmane that sexual harassment lawsuits apply to gay.

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Alamo Car Rental expert review by Lauren Fix

As the largest rental car agency serving international travelers in North America, Alamo Car Rental focuses on major destination cities. Its 171 self-service kiosks in 63 U.S. locations streamline the rental process, resulting in an easy and hassle-free rental experience and improving check-out and check-in times. Alamo is owned by Enterprise.

  • Loyalty rewards: Customers who join the Alamo Insider program get an instant five percent discount off retail prices.

  • Prepay discounts: Pay for a rental car in advance at the time of booking and get an additional 10 percent off your rental.

  • Arrive and drive: Using the online check-in option, renters can fill out the form and go right to their rental car.

  • Wide vehicle selection: Choose from a large selection of makes and models, including electric cars and 15-passenger vans or cargo vans.

  • Vacation in style: Car selection includes options like sports cars, luxury models and convertibles so drivers can make an impact when pulling up to the curb.

  • Best for: Vacationers, business travelers, event planners, temporary workers, those with cars in repair and those who want a wide selection of vehicles.

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Alamo Car Rental Company Information

Company Name:
Alamo Car Rental
Year Founded:
1974
Address:
600 Corporate Park Drive
City:
St. Louis
State/Province:
MO
Postal Code:
63105
Country:
United States
Phone:
(888) 233-8749
Website:
www.alamo.com
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