After waiting in line for over an hour to get an agent, we were told to go outside and our car would be ready in 15-20 minutes. How would we get our car? We were supposed to look for the model and color of the car and it would have its flashers on. Well there were several other people waiting. We finally saw what we thought was our car and no one else was claiming it so we decided to take it. At that point, we saw the agent who helped us (apparently they were extremely short on help and the agents were doing everything including bringing cars out to the customers). We showed the agent our receipt and pointed to the car and he said that was our car. Our receipt did not have a clearly defined license number so we couldn’t confirm. When we got inside, we realized that the car’s mileage did not match our receipt. We had already loaded the car and were exhausted at that point after traveling all day and then waiting for a car. But I thought we should double check because it just didn’t seem right. My husband went back inside and asked the agent a second time if that was our car and he said yes. When we get to the exit gate, our paperwork did not match the car we were in and had to go back to the lot. As it turned out, we ordered a full size car and the one we had was an intermediate. But, it only had 8k mileage whereas the full size car we were supposed to get had 43k. My husband went back inside and asked if we could jut keep the car we had. They changed the paperwork and off we went. Our flight landed at 4:30 and we were leaving with our car at 7:45 so it was now dark. After we got on 95, I noticed what looked like a small hole/crack in the windshield. At that point we were not going back again. We called Budget the next morning to report the damaged windshield and also that we paid for a full size and got an intermediate due to the debacle at the agency. They gave us a $100 credit. But we ended up driving a smaller car than we wanted for two weeks not to mention the frustration with the whole process.