I'm a US citizen and booked a car yesterday on Auto Europe's italian website. I was quoted a price in Euros, paid with my CC, and gave my home address in the USA. I was emailed a voucher. The car is through Thrifty. I am now reading that I should have used the US website and that maybe I will have a problem when I get to the Thrifty counter at Rome airport. Has anyone here had any recent experience with a similar situation?
Booking on AutoEurope's Italian website vs US
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