Hertz Faces Lawsuits From Renters Who Say Police Wrongly Stopped Them

November 14, 2022

Hertz is being sued by customers who say they were wrongfully stopped by police after their rental cars were reported as stolen by companies owned by Hertz. Pennsylvania police officers told Saleema Lovelace she was driving a stolen car from Dollar Rent A Car, which is owned by Hertz. Although Lovelace told police her rental car receipt was on her phone, she was arrested. Nick Wright says he and his daughter were detained during a vacation in Georgia when cops drew their guns on them after a car he rented from Thrifty, which is also owned by Hertz, had been reported stolen.

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