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Realistic? Train Rome to Chiusei, get car on a SATURDAY?

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Is traveling from Rome by train to Chiusi to rent a car on a Saturday risky?

I know Chisui Hertz closes at 1pm, so we'd aim for the 8:58-10:40am train, rather than risk the 10:30am-12:30pm train.

But, if traveling on a Saturday from Rome to Chiusi has too much risk in terms of train reliability (or any factor I'm not thinking of!), then I can flip the starting location of this trip. The current itinerary has us leaving Rome on a Saturday, and allows us to take advantage of a reasonable non-stop Alitalia flight I have found.

I'm sure someone will suggest just getting the car at the Rome airport, but with drivers who have never driven in Italy before, I thought Chiusi would be less stressful (plus avoiding the logistics of getting 6 people to the Rome Airport car rental)

Thoughts?

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