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car rental companies @ SEATAC

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i've been reading some pretty bad reviews of the more affordable car rental companies at the Seattle airport, more particularly Dollar & Thrifty. I'm not sure how concerned I should be and if I should stay away from these companies, but, as mentioned, they are the more affordable ones.

we are arriving late at night and would probably be picking up the car around 11:30ish -midnight. also, we need a company that would allow us to drive the car to Oregon, but also into Vancouver, and back.

has anyone used any of these companies, or know someone who has?

any insight would be great.

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