- Report: #895909
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Complaint Review: Avis Car Rental
Avis Car Rental Avis Car Rental-You better watch your tank!! Nationwide, Nationwide
*Consumer Comment: Wow
*General Comment: You Really Don't Get It!
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When I picked up my rental car at Knoxville Airport, the gas tank showed "full". In driving from there to Bristol Tenn, I saw that the car used 1/2 tank of gas. When I returned to the airport, I filled the gas tank before leaving Bristol to Knoxville and the car used only 1/4 tank gas. So the tank, while looking full when I picked it up, was in fact 1/4 tank low. Is this their policy to rip off customers?? One quarter tank per car must add up to quite a profit.
I have noticed this in the past and let it slide as I am sure many people do. But I accuse them of cheating their customers. Not only shame on them and not only will I NEVER use Avis again, I will spread this just as far and as long as I can!! Between Avis and Priceline, I have never been ripped off so badly on a trip.
I do highly recommend, when renting a car, go directly to a gas station and see if you too have been cheated. Oh, and save the receipt.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/11/2012 12:30 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Avis-Car-Rental/nationwide/Avis-Car-Rental-Avis-Car-Rental-You-better-watch-your-tank-Nationwide-Nationwide-895909. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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