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car rental at lake tahoe... why is is so expensive

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also, has anybody rent from rentawreck.com  that name just sounds so bad.

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rental prices vary with time of reservation and location so either make a reservation at today's prices then wait for prices to change to your liking (if they do), take a shuttle bus, or stay walking distance from a resort.

 

Not that much snow here yet; kind of warm last also (and hence a wet skiing experience).  I hope that changes soon.

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I always found Reno to be among the least expensive. 

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Anyone interested in sharing a door-to-door van from Reno to Kirkwood? Looking to depart early on Monday 12/29; message or email j8uste@gmail.com if so! 

 

Happy Hunting!

Jen

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What dates are you looking at?  I just looked at Denver for Jan 17 - Feb 1 for wife coming in later than me.  Rate was over $1200.   Then I tried Jan 10 - Feb 1 (week earlier and longer) as I'll be there at that time and can pick it up earlier.  Rate went down to under $600.  Go figure.  Only thing I can think of is Jan 17th is MLK weekend, so they jacked up the price.

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I always found Reno to be among the least expensive. 


sorry,,,, youre wrong

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I always found Reno to be among the least expensive. 

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sorry,,,, youre wrong

Actually, he is correct
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Actually, he is correct

Im on kayak right now and suvs are around 88 dollars a day.. im going laat week of January... I hopeim wrong.. but kayak says no..
post #9 of 9

SUV's are never cheap.  If you're price-sensitive, most of the time you will get by just fine with FWD.  Tahoe can be the exception with chain control, but you'll know when you land whether you'll need them. 80+% of the time you won't.  The other times, upgrade the car rental or buy chains at an auto parts store in Reno, still cheaper than the SUV.

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