I worked with Hertz for nearly 2 years. A typical day would involve cleaning and fueling the vehicles, making sure they had all the proper documentation, checking for damage and either parking them in the lot or driving them to the parkade. I personally did not learn anything i didn't already know, as I had previously worked at another rental company. The job wasn't physically challenging as I am active, and wasn't mentally challenging in any way. The workplace culture was mostly respectable aside from the two washbay supervisors that were let go from their positions shortly after my termination. They were rude, hard to talk to and were not concerned about the mental health of the employees they supervised. The hardest part of my job was the busy summer days. Tight schedules and a high number of returning vehicles made for lots of work, though I never found it particularly challenging. The most enjoyable part was making great friends with many of the employees, friends i still see to this day. If you're young and looking for a job, they aren't a bad choice, they've improved since I left.
A physically active job
Can be overwhelming at times