After comparing prices in the area, I rested a 15 passenger van from Enterprise for taking the family on Spring Break. I got to the dealership and there was a problem with the van they had for me but they quickly substituted it for another one. The van I got was a Chevrolet Express Van which was just right for our needs. We removed the last row of seats at home-easy to do if your son-in-law is 6'5"-and we had room for all our stuff. I was pleasantly surprised at the 14+ MPG the vehicle gave over the course of the trip. This particular van also was able to use E-85 fuel. Although we did not find much of this around on the trip, we were able to fill up outside of Lake Charles, LA for $1.69 a gallon. The average on the trip was $2.20 for regular. We had the vehicle for 10 days and put over 2,900 miles on it without a hitch. The only negative is that because it was a substitute vehicle, it only had a forth of a tank of gas when we picked it up. This was noted on the contract and we returned with about the same amount. The other issue was the tire inflation warning system. It said two of the tires were low and they insisted they were ok and they were but it was a little distracting on the trip. This van tells you which tire is low so that made up for the problem. If either of the other tires would have gone down, presumably it would have told us. We had no problems on the trip. All in all the vehicle was a good value and just right for our needs. Four adults and three children traveling 2,900 did get rough at time but it was not the fault of the van. A great company and a great value.