There was no one there bcuz this site was closed and it looked filthy and abandoned.Aaron C.
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Dropped on Sunday, no one there but all went wellGary N.
The attendant was outside immediately upon my arrival and I was able to get the rental trailer hooked up and on my way within a 20 minute timeframe. Bravo! However, I could not find the attendant when I returned the rental trailer later that, so I just left the trailer in its original spot and left. I took a short video of the trailer condition after I left as a precaution, but it would have been nice to make sure the attendant knew I had returned the trailer in its original condition. Overall, it was an efficient check out and return experience.Mark C.
The place looked desolate. Never did actually see or talk to anyone there. The only thing missing from there were the tumbleweeds.JAMES Z.
The 24/7 service is a great idea. However, when returning the vehicle and going through the steps "on-line", one of the first things requested is to drop the key into the lock box. The next step is to photograph the mileage and fuel level, which cannot be done without the vehicle running......obviously you need the key for that. Dropping the key in the box should be done last.....my opinion.Scott G.