Thanks everybody for the advice!
Recoil, the best rate I found was through Penske.
Jkisha Do you figure the rental locations here in Denver do the same thing? We told them that me and my buddies had a gig booked in Reno for labor day weekend. Figured that way the millage would be about right and we wouldn't need to mention Bman. Plus, if something happened along I80 it would raise any red flags.
I'll give Budget another call and see if I can't get a better quote for the week.
On the discount for AAA, that reminds me that through my 'auto club' which is through my insurance company, I have all sorts of deals for different truck/car rental places. Most of the time they are for crap I don't need or use, so I forget that I have them. Thanks!
Trishntek wrote:The price of Diesel along the East Slope of the Sierra is already above $5. I kinda like having the extra gasoline for the genset. So that is the way I go for BM. Cheaper to deal with breakdowns while being easier to fix and get parts for in general.
Thats a very good point, about replacement parts and all that. But if renting from one of the super chains, shouldn't they stand behind their rental not breaking down? And then be quick to fix it if it does? or am I 'all wet behind the ears'