Although most FlyerTalk members have not yet personally experienced this for themselves as this “blog” entry is being posted, apparently if one rents a car from Avis from one of 25 major United States airports, one will receive a “smile pack” containing toothpaste, mouthwash and dental floss on the front seat of the car to which one is assigned upon arrival.
The trouble is that the toothpaste, mouthwash and dental floss are full-size packages, not travel size. So what does one do if one is only away for a day or two? Due to current increased security measures, one must either dispose of these items (well, except the dental floss, of course) or check them.
Will dentists start recommending that one rents a car from Avis for healthier teeth and fresh breath?
Will car rentals from Avis be officially approved by the American Dental Association?