I rented a car from Hertz for business and on Weds night there was a snow storm. The rear of the car locked and slid into a sign damaging the bumper. Looking at the vehicle in daylight, I found the treads on the rear tires were worn down; there wasn't enough tread to maintain traction on the snowy road. Hertz rented me a vehicle that was not adequate for winter weather in Boulder. I'm originally from Pennsylvania and know how to drive in the snow; it was not operator error - I was driving very slowly due to the conditions. A police report was filed and there are pictures of the vehicle including the treads on the tires. If you could advise it would be appreciated.
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