Frustrated travelers are standing in line for as long as two hours hoping to get a rental car. The pandemic forced major car-rental companies to sell off a third of their fleet. Now that summer travel is up, there are more customers than cars. If you can find a car, be prepared to pay as much as 88% more than you would have last year. Katie Rogers found herself in a real predicament when she flew to a wedding in Maine and couldn’t get a rental car. So she rented a pickup truck from U-Haul.