A man who Thrifty charged $30 a day after he was forced to abandon his rental car in the forest following a washout has gotten a reprieve.
Thrifty dropped the daily fee to $13 until the car is recovered.
Charles Hite will be responsible responsible for damages to the car from sitting for so long and from “being attacked by elk,” said the Peninsula Daily News.
Next time you rent a car, be sure to opt for the elk-insurance. — BEN POPKEN
Bill Mounting For Rental Car Stranded By Washout [KOIN] (Thanks to Mike!)
Previously: Thrifty Charges Man $30/Day For Stranded Car