We choose Enterprise as they would pick us up at Amtrak and let us leave the card at the airport. Their website had a Dodge Magnum for 107 dollars for a 2 day weekend. $27 higher than a Charger here in Oregon. But we called their operator who said the car would be a Charger at 107 and confirmed they served the airport and were open weekends. All they had when we arrive was a P T Cruiser. It cost us the same. They said it is the same type of car as a Magnum (which they don't have) and a Charger (which was out). They do not have a drop box at the airport. We would have to return the car and call a cab at 4:30 am Sunday. And they are not open weekends at all. We returned the little Cruiser and called a cab at 4:33 am. I choose U S Cab and we recalled them three times always being told they are just around the corner. There is not adequate light for 63 YEAR OLD thath time of night. There is no bench to sit on. At 5:33 an intercept said that cell phone was no longer in operation. We did get the number (in the dark) for Yellow Cab that showed in 3 minutes and just barely got us to the airport in time for an early departure to San Francisco. I looked online and called their phone system and they still say they serve the airport, have a drop box there, and are open weekends. And guess what, a P T Cruiser IS CHEAPER THAN A CHARGER.
Pros: Great on Oregon!
Cons: Liars in Bakersfield, online, and the telephone reservation system!