Dollar Thrifty Accused Of Inflating Toll Fees For Rental Cars

Law360, Los Angeles (May 19, 2014, 8:16 PM EDT) -- Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group Inc. was hit with a putative consumer class action in Oklahoma federal court Monday alleging it has hiked up rental car costs by charging renters inflated "administrative fees" in connection with electronic toll charges.

Named plaintiffs Stephen and Anne Sallee claimed that Tulsa, Oklahoma-based Dollar and two of its subsidiaries have breached their contracts with customers by tacking on an administrative fee of $15 or $25 per electronic toll charge when the actual fee associated with processing such charges is a fraction of that amount. The Sallees said the rental car giant's alleged misrepresentations have harmed thousands...

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