When I arrived, one person was available to assist. She instructed me to wait for someone else. Then she asked for my drivers license and started the process. She kept her window closed, requiring me to speak from an open window at the other end of the booth. When the second attendant appeared, I moved down and spoke through the glass that she opened briefly. Next, I was ask to quickly fill out documents and handed the keys and my receipt. I located the car and noted scratches on it. To avoid responsibility, I ask for a pre- inspection document noting the damage. She said that she forgot to tell me I could address that with the attendant on the way out. In sum, the communication was not acceptable. When I returned the car, there were at least 20 parked in front of my car. There was no attendant to check me in, provide a post inspection clearance, and confirm the car had a full tank of gas. Somewhere signs posted to leave the keys in the car, but I did not see one when I drove in. So, I walked to the booth and waited in line for at least 10-15 minutes to inquire about the return protocol, but I had to wait as the attendant had to let two people out with rental cars. She then told me I had to leave keys and that the vehicle would be checked in later. This disconcerting given the liability you assume in renting a car. So in sum, this was a mediocre experience at best. This location needs more people with communication skills who prioritize customer service.