For those looking at rental car prices, check out Auto Europe car rentals. Auto Europe are a world wide car rental broker. They dont own any cars themselves i believe. On advice from a friend that had used them 3 times without a problem, I also used them. By all means check out all the rental co's but then check out Auto Europe. They have prices for the same cars you may have already looked at elsewhere. The car may be at Alamo or Dollar etc. All the insurances are included except the roadside assistance one. Once paid for, you just turn up at the the place where the car is. In my case, it was Dollar. I took the roadside assistance insurance which was a option. I was offered a upgrade but declined. I had read that you can get caught out by taking the upgrade. You then end up paying there prices if you do that. I had no problems at all. Car was great and i had nothing to worry about. Best part was i saved a few hundred dollars over a 5 week rental. Exact amount, i would have to find paper work which escapes me at the moment.
Hope this is a help to someone. Cheers. Keith