Watch out for a scam that I was victim to when renting a car through 'Interrent'.
At the desk of Interrent, I was offered insurance, I declined this because I had taken out my own insurance at the time of booking, they tried to scare me into taking it by quoting me examples of how much I'd have to pay should anything happen, but I was confident in the policy I already had in place.
When they handed over the car, they told me it was a new car and therefore I had no need to check it for dents or scratches.
The car was new - only 20km on the clock, but I did have a cursory check for damage - there was none I could see.
When I returned the car, the woman at the desk inspected the car and identified a small dent in the door, a dent so small, that even if I had of noticed it, I wouldn't of drawn attention to it - yet this person managed to walk straight up to the car and identify it.
It's obvious to me that this dent was already there.
I was charged 800 Euros, an amount I am now currently chasing from the company I took insurance with - a nightmare of back-and-forth correspondence I could do with out.
If you do find yourself at Interrent, and they provide you with a Skoda with the registration number 67 MZ 54, there's a tiny dent in the rear door on the drivers side - a dent so tiny, that a gnat would not need to break stride to traverse it if it was making it's way across the door of the car!! And I doubt they've spent my 800 Euros to fix it!