"Hertz Global Holdings, the car-rental company founded with a dozen Ford Model Ts over a century ago, filed for bankruptcy late Friday. The Chapter 11 filing in Delaware allows Hertz to keep operating while it devises a plan to pay creditors. The company has more than $1 billion cash on hand. Its biggest creditors include IBM Corp. and Lyft Inc." Hertz files for bankruptcy after rental-car demand vanishes Sell assets and pay your bills azzhoes. I gotta admit I smiled a little when I read this. Last summer out to Vegas the Hertz clerkette at McCarran, a Chinese woman, was extremely nasty when I declined all the insurances and add-ons she was sure I needed. They must earn commissions for selling you crap you don't need. We waited in line almost an hour to get our spot at the counter. Of course the car we reserved was 'not available'. After picking another vehicle she rented us a car after taking forever to write us up. She sent us to the spot in the lot where the car would be waiting...and there was no car. Back inside with our bags and gear for another round of BS from Miss China Doll Nasty Beeitch. Of course we had to wait because she was busy berating another victim. I will never use Hertz again. Faookem.