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DIA rent-a-car trunk question

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Does anyone know the frequencies for Avis and Hertz rent-a-car trunk system at DIA? I use to work out there not too long ago and the radios I have seen I'm sure are trunked. The antenna was very short, display was on lower face of radio with 4 buttons below it. So (maybe) Kenwood or LTR 800, 900 NOT THE UHF BAND. I checked the RR database but its listed as UHF but with many users it will be difficult to use my 396T with the Close-Call mode.. Thanks, Amos
 

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Been in RAC all my adult life in different areas with different companies(Hertz, Budget, Dollar, Thrifty).
Any major airport location is almost exclusively using Nextels for at least the last 8 years.
 

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Ummm, okay then. Thats something to know but thought it was an easy trunk for everyone to monitor. I Thank everyone for your help.
 
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