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Locauto Yes or No? or Europcar in Pisa

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Okay, so I have booked a car from Pisa Airport through and the supplier is Locauto. Has anyone had any experience with them? Good? Bad? The rate is good and includes all insurance with zero excess (no deductable). However, my Fodorite friends have referred me to some not so great reviews of Locauto -- actually scary. I don't want scary on this trip.

I also booked an automatic Mercedes A180 through Autoeurope (Europcar is the supplier) but that is a pretty small car as I can conclude through the internet as we don't have those in the US. This is a bit more expensive for a smaller car but Europcar seems to be more reputable.

Any opinions on Locauto versus Europcar? Any reviews of the Mercedes A180? At least 2 adults with medium sized luggage and 2 small backpacks. Possibly 4 adult passenger for day trips.


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