Luis MuÃ±oz Marin Int'l Airport, (Airport Ave) Salvador V. Caro Ave, Carolina, 00979, Puerto Rico
Sunday Open 24 hours
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San Juan International Airport (SJU) Car Rental - Alamo Rent A Car
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Chantal Gagnon said 4 years ago
Great service. No waiting in line. No surprise fees. Great prices. I came in an earlier flight, no problem, got my car at quoted price with no hassle. At the counter, they take the time explaining what's what for any extras you would like to add on, like GPS or extra insurance. The Express Tool Pass for the highway works well and I was charged as advised. Car return was also fast and smooth, with no surprises. Thanks again
geo fsk said 4 years ago
Rented a mid size car in Puerto Rico, Friendly staff, good car selection, they give you an option to prepay for a full tank of gas at check-in for a savings of approximately $1.00 per gallon, or just bring back the car full (that's what I did) for no additional charges. If you drive on a toll road, expect to pay $3.95 (the fee is applied once per day only if you go thru a toll.) in addition to the toll cost. (That was not disclosed at the check in counter.) And you will be invoiced by mail the total cost of toll charges and fees a few weeks after check out.
Alexander Leonov said 4 years ago
Great service and pricing. Very fast in picking up the vehicle as well as returning it. Had a minor incident where a pedestrian opened their car door unexpectedly in the street and I had to swerve the rental car to avoid them. When I swerved I inadvertently scraped the rim and tire up against the curb causing the tire to bubble up. Typically a bubbled tire must be replaced and can be dangerous to drive on. I returned the car to Alamo the next day and they gladly replaced my vehicle within 10 minutes at no extra cost. I was expecting to get shafted by damage charges, but it ended up turning out just fine!
Brian Dudley said 4 years ago
Car was ready to go at the price promised, however I felt ripped off on insurance. They charged me 66% of the rental price for insurance .Wifi did not work and cell reception was blocked. I had a line behind me and was under pressure, so no way to verify my credit card covered me. My fault for not checking in advance, but I still felt ripped off as I was driving out of there. They were the lowest priced rental place out of all the others around. Car was under powered, but decent enough.
Ricardo Calo said 4 years ago
Best rental car experience ever! Upon arriving I saw all the long lines at other companies and the I saw how short the line was at Alamo. Then I knew I made the right decision. A nice young guy by the name of Bryan walked me over to the kiosk and in 5 mins i was on my way. I was given a choice of different cars to chose from. I hopped in a 2017 Hyundai Tucson and drove off without any issue. Return was a breeze I dropped it off, after a quick inspection and I was given my receipt and done.
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