So, July 25th, I call to confirm (because I would be SCREWED if they 'lost' my reservation) and they say yeah, we have your reservation 9AM on the 14th through 6PM on the 15th.
Today, I go in and first of all, I had to wait in line for 45 minutes (don't understand why they wouldn't have more people working on a day they KNEW would be busy). Then, I get up to the front desk and they say, okay we have you set with a return time of 2PM tomorrow.
And I say, no it should be 6PM, and they said that the reservation was for 2PM, and they sent me a confirmation phone call and email on June 11th. Lying out of their asses, by the way. The manager notices me releasing a little bit of fury, and says that most people only get their trucks for four hours, and that they'll charge me $100 every 15 minutes that it's late.
And there's nothing I can do at that point, because I need a truck to move, so I say fine, and take it.
And the truck turns out to be stick-shift (which I didn't know about - you'd think they'd have mentioned that somewhere), so my mom has to drive it. And I can't move into my new apartment until noon tomorrow, so I have an hour and a half to unload a moving truck.
Anyone else notice that college towns screw you way more than anywhere else on earth?