Apr 04

If a Tesla Rental is Wrecked, What Happens to the Data?

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Onus on drivers and renters of vehicles to wipe information

Aside from being the most popular electric car on the market, Tesla is also notorious for providing a great deal of information on not only its performance, but its drivers as well. And while the collection and use of personal data has been an issue associated more with players in the car rental agency, a recent study by Privacy International indicated the firms in the automobile industry don’t find that type of information particularly useful to their operations.

However, when it comes to people who own vehicles like the Tesla Model S, the information is not only extensive, but also hard to pry from the company’s hands. According to Consumer Affairs, drivers involved in Tesla vehicle accidents have reported great difficulty in getting access to such data. The tug-of-war is especially evident in situations where there’s a debate over the crash occurring due to driver error or vehicular defect.

One case included a Miami family asking the company for data when the Tesla they owned inexplicably suffered a series of surges in the throttle while being parked, and were told to get a subpoena instead. And in one case of an actual wreck, two researchers hacked the vehicle to find that the data was not only still available, but unencrypted as well.

What’s confusing is that issues surrounding data retention, including those of the driver, are muddled in grey, given that it’s unclear about the levels of responsibility involved in ensuring such information is secure. While Tesla has prided itself in providing green-energy cars with a load of safety features in them, it appears that the onus on the safety of the information being collected is up to the owner.

It’s not likely that the personal data gleaned from users of rented cars would be anywhere near as extensive as the information from owner of cars like Tesla, simply because of the short time span a car is being rented. That said, the Federal Transport Commission is encouraging privacy and security-conscious drivers who rent vehicles to take a few measures to ensure their personal information is protected. They advise users to abstain from connecting mobile phones to the on-board infotainment system as the USB connection is still capable of automatically transferring data.

If users still want to connect to the car system, even just for recharging, they should be wary about granting access to information that they only need to avoid other access to your contacts. Finally, before returning the vehicle, delete all your personal data from the infotainment system by accessing the settings menu and following the prompts from that point.

Better software. Better support. Better value. For over thirty years, Bluebird Auto Rental Services has been supporting its many, many happy customers around the world. Our flagship product, RentWorks, provides all the tools you need to run every aspect of your car rental business or service loaner department from the front counter to the back office.

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Apr 02

Tesla Theft Tests Car Rental Security

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Safeguards couldn’t stop brazen vehicle heist that ended in Italy

First, let it be known that Teslas are, according to security experts, one of the toughest cars in the world to steal. Even if someone manages to make off with one of Elon Musk’s revolutionary electric wonders, the tracking software and other security features, like Sentry Mode, make it even tougher to conceal it from the authorities.

Still, that’s not going to stop a few people from a chance to go from zero to 60 via a five-finger discount.

Such was the case when a Montreal-based car rental company Evoto Rentals booked a client with a Tesla Model X recently. Since the client used a credit card to pay for the booking in advance and everything went through the system accordingly, there wasn’t any cause for alarm. That is, until GPS readings indicated that the car was parked for at least two days at a container packing firm.

It got worse. When the Tesla triangle on the GPS screen went from color mode to a grey shade, that’s when the folks at Evoto got worried. The staffer who booked the car frantically tried to contact the renter via the cell number and email provided, only to realize that neither of them were legit. The next call was made to the police. Authorities responded by saying that the issue wasn’t a criminal matter, since a transaction legally took place, adding that if a theft was actually taking place, it wasn’t exactly high on the enforcement list.

Additional calls to Evoto’s lawyers and Tesla were more encouraging, saying that the car had to be found before it was to be shipped overseas. While a private investigator looked further into the matter, the lawyers managed to get a search warrant to check out the packing firm location. But by that time, the Tesla, already nestled in a shipping container, was on a boat headed for the Middle East.

Fortunately, when INTERPOL discovered that the ship was destined to first hit port in Italy, the force, thanks to some coordination with the RCMP and Italian authorities, managed to recover the stolen vehicle.

Thefts of car rentals aren’t very common and a heist of this magnitude is extremely rare. But with the industry shifting to more sophisticated technology, there remains an element of vulnerability to cyberattacks. Besides managing to fraudulently dupe a car rental clerk, other common thefts include being able to hack into keyless vehicles and crashing office blockades to nab a few sets of wheels. Security will likely be brought up at one of the discussions taking place at the International Car Rental Show, taking place April 14-16 in Las Vegas.

Better software. Better support. Better value. For over thirty years, Bluebird Auto Rental Services has been supporting its many, many happy customers around the world. Our flagship product, RentWorks, provides all the tools you need to run every aspect of your car rental business or service loaner department from the front counter to the back office.

Call us today toll-free at 800-304-5805, or email us at sales@barsnet.com and we will be happy to walk you through Bluebird’s Auto Rental Services.

Mar 31

Car Rental Subscription Services as a Viable Option Under Consideration

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Rental car industry players ponder over a potential revenue stream

As the rental car industry comes to grips with increasing competition from the ride sharing sector, and pushes to stay ahead in the efficiency game by embracing new technology, the business is also tinkering with potential revenue stream markets. One such opportunity on the table, subscription-based sales, is particularly unusual.

At first glance, subscriptions seem counterintuitive to the whole economic model of the car rental economy. It’s an industry that garners most of its share through short-term rentals, especially when consumers have the opportunity to buy or lease-to-own a vehicle as alternatives. But for an industry not designed to take in earnings on long-term transactions, it’s an option under so much consideration, a special panel discussion dedicated to the topic will be part of the itinerary for the International Car Rental Show, taking place April 14-16 in Las Vegas.

Ride-sharing competitors are already operating with such a model, especially its biggest companies Lyft and Uber. Both of them introduced subscription services in 2018, with Lyft providing an all-access pass based on a fixed number of rides at various pricing points, and Uber creating Ride Pass, a monthly incentive for frequent users to get regular discounts.

Lyft, Uber and other ride-sharing businesses are cashing in on the millennial market, which is already outnumbering the boomer loyalists who’ve used car rentals for decades. And with this demographic shift, major rental companies like Enterprise and Avis undoubtedly want a piece of the action for the sake of survival.

Millennials have long been perceived as anti-car and prefer not to own one, especially with a wealth of car-access alternatives available. There’s no point in targeting part of that group that won’t even apply for a driver’s license, roughly 25 percent of the demographic. But for the rest of that crowd, there exists an opportunity to sway them over.

Given recent labor disputes among ride-sharing companies, it’s apparent that internal structuring remains an issue, which gives car rentals a distinct advantage when it comes to transactions. They key is to come up with a model that’s a fit with how car rentals ordinarily do business.

So far, one program that seems to be working is at a Budget dealership in Pennsylvania, which is based on a previous incentive called Budget Mini-Lease. The program’s been running for at least six years and at last count had a mix of some 700 regular individual and corporate clients.

However, a lot of other similar programs have failed for various reasons ranging from complications associated with a new potential revenue-generating model to internal snags with coordinating short- and long-term rentals. It may be a matter of time before additional adjustments will determine whether subscriptions is a viable option for the car rental business.

Better software. Better support. Better value. For over thirty years, Bluebird Auto Rental Services has been supporting its many, many happy customers around the world. Our flagship product, RentWorks, provides all the tools you need to run every aspect of your car rental business or service loaner department from the front counter to the back office.

Call us today toll-free at 800-304-5805, or email us at sales@barsnet.com and we will be happy to walk you through Bluebird’s Auto Rental Services.

Mar 29

Few Fleets on Film: Car Rentals and Services in Pop Culture

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The sparsity of car rentals in the movies and on TV

In the movies and on TV, we have car chases, car crashes and even animals driving cars. But what would folks in this industry give for a few scenes involving car rentals? You can count on one hand the number of scenes in movies and TV a car rental company has a decent cameo, but that’s about it. Otherwise, car rentals are referred to in cop shows while detectives look for evidence linked to a major crime. So, in other words, not much.

Still, it doesn’t hurt to have a few references out there, at least to show that the car rental industry is at least worthy of mention somewhere in the echelons of pop culture. The two best examples we could find come courtesy of 007 himself, James Bond. But whatever he drives off the lot, however, don’t count on it to come back in one piece.

The first James Bond movie, Dr. No, which starred Sean Connery and came out in 1962, did have our favorite British Intelligence operative drive a Sunbeam Alpine, which was referred to as a rental. But no agency was mentioned and was arranged by staff at the hotel he was staying.

Fast forward a few years to Diamonds Are Forever, where Connery as Bond rents a Ford Galaxie 500 from a Hertz office in Las Vegas. It’s not a particularly pivotal point in the film, however, but is another scene where he’s doing some sleuthing with Tiffany Case, a comely person of interest played by Jill St. John.

But another rental company, Avis, gets a lot more airtime in Tomorrow Never Dies, released in 1997 and starring Pierce Brosnan as 007. At an airport in Hamburg, when Bond picks up his BMW rental, he’s asked about a few insurance details.

“Will you need collision?”

“Yes.”

At least Bond has his bases covered. He’s behind the wheel of the BMW as part of a car chase when the vehicle smashes through the wall of a car park before reaching its final destination at the very Avis outlet he got his set of wheels from. Well, he certainly returned it.

Sadly, car rentals are mocked in comedies that thought to include such an agency, such as one scene in the 1987 film Planes, Trains and Automobiles, where Steve Martin, waiting to lease a vehicle, curses a customer service rep after she spends an inordinate amount of time on a personal call. Then, there’s one hilarious TV episode of Seinfeld, which has comedian Jerry Seinfeld insult a sales clerk who fails to give him the ideal car he was trying to rent.

“You know how to take the reservation,” said an indignant Seinfeld. “You just don’t know how to hold the reservation.”

Fortunately, both rental firms in the comedies were fictitious, but we’re sure Enterprise Holdings had the last laugh, when it signed Patrick Warburton to a series of hilarious ads for National Car Rental. For those with great memories, Warburton played dimwit mechanic David Puddy on Seinfeld.

Better software. Better support. Better value. For over thirty years, Bluebird Auto Rental Services has been supporting its many, many happy customers around the world. Our flagship product, RentWorks, provides all the tools you need to run every aspect of your car rental business or service loaner department from the front counter to the back office.

Call us today toll-free at 800-304-5805, or email us at sales@barsnet.com and we will be happy to walk you through Bluebird’s Auto Rental Services.

 

Mar 27

Avis App Makes Finding a Parking Spot Much Easier

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Partnership with software company Arrive to ease vehicle space searches

A new partnership between car rental company Avis and mobility software business Arrive is expanding uses of an app to increase the convenience of parking. The feature, which will be integrated into the Avis smartphone app, is designed to seek, book and even pay for a parking spot in advance. It’s welcome news to the rental company’s client base that frequently complains about trying to find vehicle space, especially while trying to navigate the streets of an unfamiliar area.

“We are constantly striving to improve the customer experience, and solving one of the biggest pain points – parking – will go a great distance to helping us achieve our goal,” said Arthur Orduna, Chief Innovation Officer at Avis Budget Group in a media release.

“The Arrive app integration removes the stress and hassle of finding parking for both road warriors and leisure travelers, while also making the lives of travel managers easier.”

“We understand that parking can be difficult, especially in unfamiliar cities, and it can often come with a huge cost that has historically been hard to predict,” added Dan Roarty, President and COO of Arrive.

Avis said the joint venture will affect all of the company’s innovation goals including the reinvention of the car rental process, digitizing its operations and developing new business models to accommodate newer technology.

The Avis app will still enable clients to rent a vehicle and use other features like remote auto locking and exchanging or upgrading their car of choice. With the new parking amenities, users simply tap the “My Car” button.  Not only does the feature promise ease in finding and booking a space, it also uses Bluetooth and location software to conveniently take care of the payment. This enables Avis to automatically shift those parking fees to a client’s credit card.

Besides convenience, both companies are also praising the economic benefits of the app by helping individual and corporate-based clients to better track parking expenses and make budget projections based on travel costs.

Arrive is already a world leader in creating fully-integrated platform that allows for effortless parking from finding locations to completing transactions for the space. Users can activate the platform while driving via voice, app or other forms of in-dash features. The technology is already being used in at least 200 cities across North America. Besides Avis, Arrive has also established partnerships with major companies that include Amazon, Ford, Hyundai and Ticketmaster.

Better software. Better support. Better value. For over thirty years, Bluebird Auto Rental Services has been supporting its many, many happy customers around the world. Our flagship product, RentWorks, provides all the tools you need to run every aspect of your car rental business or service loaner department from the front counter to the back office.

Call us today toll-free at 800-304-5805, or email us at sales@barsnet.com and we will be happy to walk you through Bluebird’s Auto Rental Services.

Mar 26

Car Rental Firms Could Garner Advantages Over Lyft and Uber Amid Disputes

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Driver disputes cast ride-sharing companies in a bad light.

Ride-sharing companies like Lyft and Uber might be bragging about how much of the market share they’re starting to grab in the car rental industry, but recent events are demonstrating these upstarts might have some internal housecleaning to do. These events are making more established car rental firms look like better options for customers, especially if they get an earful from bickering contracted drivers.

Both Lyft and Uber are mobilizing for their initial public offerings later this year, but issues surrounding labor and transparency aren’t going to do much to get those stock market tickers going in the right direction.

Drivers working for both companies in Los Angeles and San Francisco have recently been making noise over declining revenue shares as well as how funds are being distributed internally. The latest projected logoff is the latest in a series of disputes years in the making. One driver interviewed by Fast Company said his income is roughly half of what he used to earn when he started working for Lyft in 2014.

Much of that declining revenue has much to do with how both companies have adjusted payroll for contracted drivers. In December Uber hiked per-minute fees to drivers to compensate for enduring the frequent traffic jams in San Francisco. But it also dropped per-mile rates, which affected longer trips that could be covered in shorter lengths of time. In Los Angeles, Uber cut per-mile rates by as much as 25 percent, which upset the bulk of its driver base.

In response California organizations like Gig Workers Rising are not only encouraging car-sharing drivers to join the protests, they’re also hoping they’ll be on board with a series of demands that the protest group plans to take to both Lyft and Uber.

The demands include a 10 percent commission cap, paying drivers a rate per mile and minute while picking up a passenger, setting a minimum pay of $27.86 before expenses (a policy already adopted in New York City) and a fuel price indexed surcharge built into the fare.

They also want greater transparency in how Lyft and Uber determine a driver’s share of revenue, especially with the cumbersome math involved in calculating costs of fuel, vehicle rent, car washes and variable mileage accumulated.

No doubt car rental firms are eyeing the situation as one that tilts in their favor. Major advantages car rentals have over ride-sharing options include the notion that renters prefer to be in the driver’s seat and prefer to choose their own routes and destinations without involving another party. And then there’s the fact that the driver dispute isn’t exactly going to have a positive public image of the likes of Lyft and Uber.

Better software. Better support. Better value. For over thirty years, Bluebird Auto Rental Services has been supporting its many, many happy customers around the world. Our flagship product, RentWorks, provides all the tools you need to run every aspect of your car rental business or service loaner department from the front counter to the back office.

Call us today toll-free at 800-304-5805, or email us at sales@barsnet.com and we will be happy to walk you through Bluebird’s Auto Rental Services.

Mar 23

Facial Recognition Biometrics Making Waves in Car Rental Industry

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At least 40 U.S. airports to adopt technology this year

With facial recognition technology in the throes of being implemented at airports around the world, car rental agencies at terminals stand to gain a great deal of efficiency by being able to process bookings a lot faster. According to journalist Wendy Stokes, the innovation may go a long ways towards cutting down on fraudulent transactions related to identity theft.

Currently in the car rental industry, staff responsible for booking still have to take the word of the consumer about that person’s identity. And while Stokes lamented that current screen processes are time-consuming, fraud can still take place.

“The present system of recognizing and confirming the customer’s identity has its flows and tends to be questioned for its oversights,” she wrote. “Pointing out that mistakes start from that point on, and evolve to lost incomes due to the false presentation of people all around the world.”

Stokes applauds one recent installation of facial recognition, which she hopes will cut down on those instances, if not eliminate them altogether. Recently, car rental corporation Hertz trotted out its technology at an office at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. The company plans to install more facial recognition units at airports in Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco as well as up to 40 other terminals across the U.S.

Stokes added that a similar setup exists at Henri Coandă International Airport in Bucharest Romania, where consumers are using the new service. Others not quite sold on the technology opt for using a car rental agency’s membership card that comes with an individual code number.

So far, Hertz hasn’t reported any issues with using the technology, but they anticipate transactions will be much faster and easier to make. Biometrics firm Clear created the software, which already has security technology at several stadiums across the country. The facial recognition system enables customers to use the installation and upon confirmation head directly to the booked vehicle at the airport.

The company is pushing its convenience, claiming that a booking takes only 30 seconds, roughly 75 percent faster than other car rental transactions. So far, it’s available only to clientele with Hertz Gold Plus cards.

Despite some obstacles such as privacy issues, facial recognition is likely to be implemented worldwide in additional fields. “Understanding its benefits,” writes Stokes, “shortly we can expect them to make a “boom” on the market and find their ways in other areas of industry.

Better software. Better support. Better value. For over thirty years, Bluebird Auto Rental Services has been supporting its many, many happy customers around the world. Our flagship product, RentWorks, provides all the tools you need to run every aspect of your car rental business or service loaner department from the front counter to the back office.

Call us today toll-free at 800-304-5805, or email us at sales@barsnet.com and we will be happy to walk you through Bluebird’s Auto Rental Services.

Mar 22

Bluebird to be Represented at 2019 International Car Rental Show

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Bluebird Auto Rental Systems is proud to attend ICRS at Paris, Las Vegas.

Being one of the industry leaders in auto rental software, Bluebird will fittingly be an exhibitor at the 2019 International Car Rental Show, taking place at the beautiful Paris Las Vegas Hotel from April 14-16. Bluebird will have team members from all around the country present. Heading to Vegas will be:

Andres Lezcano: Regional Sales Manager from Tampa, FL

Rob Hano: Director of Sales out of Madison, WI

Francine Dunn: Customer Success Manager from our main office in Dover, NJ

We’re also pleased to announce that representatives from our sister company Thermeon, a global industry-leading provider of car rental software based out of the UK, will be joining us at the Paris. Those representing Thermeon will be:

Russell Lindfield: Sales Director for the Asia Pacific Region

Mike Pickford: Manager of Customer Support for the Americas

Attendees will have the chance to meet with our teams face to face at booth 412, and discuss our latest offerings along with all things Bluebird and Thermeon. Whether you’re already a customer of ours, or merely interested in seeing what we have to offer, a quick visit will provide you a demonstration of our current products and discuss additional services. Come get a first-hand experience of what makes our products and customer service valuable to any auto rental operation.

Francine Dunn, our customer success manager from our Dover NJ headquarters, encourages all visitors to stop by:

“Please be sure to stop by and visit, old and new customers are welcome. I can assure you won’t be disappointed.  Our Goal at Bluebird is to help our customers succeed. Without your success, we are not successful either!”

Rob Hano, our director of sales out of Madison, WI adds:

“The International Car Rental Show is the industry’s premier event, providing participants with unparalleled access to vendors and industry experts. The trade show and seminars offer insight into the latest trends and offerings and Bluebird is once again proud to attend this event. Our staff will be available to discuss the latest in product development and address any questions and concerns from customers and prospects alike. We encourage you to stop by Booth 412 during the show or make arrangements to meet with us for one on one discussions.”

The ICRS provides an excellent opportunity to expand and strengthen business connections from around the world. Attendees can gain an advantage on competitors with exclusive access to the latest technology, products and services available. Equip yourself with the knowledge and strategies needed to elevate your business.

Bluebird has been a constant presence at the ICRS in previous years. We’re excited to take part in the show from a new venue and continue to help our customers prosper, while potentially helping new customers reach greater heights.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Better software. Better support. Better value. For over thirty years, Bluebird Auto Rental Services has been supporting its many, many happy customers around the world. Our flagship product, RentWorks, provides all the tools you need to run every aspect of your car rental business or service loaner department from the front counter to the back office.

Call us today toll-free at 800-304-5805, or email us at sales@barsnet.com and we will be happy to walk you through Bluebird’s Auto Rental Services.

Mar 22

Hertz Set To Unload Anniversary Edition Corvettes

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Z06 models commemorated a century for the rental car corporation

It’s no wonder why the sleekness and speed of the Corvette has made it a favorite vehicle among fans of pop culture. Prince scored a 1983 hit “Little Red Corvette” and Mark Hamill made his film debut in “Corvette Summer.” With such social credentials, car rental corporation Hertz even used a hundred of those vehicles, in particular a rare Z06 model, to celebrate a century of existence in 2018.

Now Hertz is unloading the famed automobiles the company made available during that anniversary period to any fan who wants one. Throughout the year, those hundred Z06 units were made available at airports across the U.S., each with a few thousand miles registered on their odometers. The highest reported mileage was on a car rented throughout the year in San Diego, at 7,873.

The bodies of these beasts are adorned in yellow with black racing stripes and wheels, oddly enough the same colors as the Hertz logo. When they were available as rentals, bookings were solid, especially in Los Angeles and San Francisco, despite a limit of 75 miles a day and a $300 daily rental fee before additional charges were imposed.

It’s of little wonder. Whether the consumers were gearheads or looking for a hot vehicle to turn heads, most of them were attracted not only by the look of the cars, but what was also under the hood. The Z06 boasted a 6-2 liter supercharged V-8 engine that could generate 650 horsepower to an eight-speed automatic transmission.

It also featured a few interior amenities like black upholstery and yellow accent stitching with commemorative badges to celebrate Hertz’s century of being a player in the car rental industry. The dash also included a Bose sound system with 10 speakers, an eight-inch touchscreen and online features like Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

If interested, check out the Hertz sales URL for updates on when these hot wheels will be up for grabs. Hertz has yet to indicate a date for the sale although word has it the price will be between $90,000 and $100,000, depending on the condition of each vehicle.

Hertz reported that the price range was due to the rarity of the vehicles, since these versions were the only ones ever made, meaning they could increase in value over time. To put that into perspective, a previous model used by Hertz, the 1966 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350H, is now worth around $200,000.

Better software. Better support. Better value. For over thirty years, Bluebird Auto Rental Services has been supporting its many, many happy customers around the world. Our flagship product, RentWorks, provides all the tools you need to run every aspect of your car rental business or service loaner department from the front counter to the back office.

Call us today toll-free at 800-304-5805, or email us at sales@barsnet.com and we will be happy to walk you through Bluebird’s Auto Rental Services.

Mar 21

Avis to Fit 600,000 Cars with Mobile Technology by 2020

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Connectivity and integration will be among the buzz phrases you’ll likely hear around the offices at Avis Budget Group worldwide. The company that is second only to Enterprise when it comes to size and market share plans to stay ahead of the pack of emerging players, especially those specializing in the ride-sharing industry.

To that end, Avis is projecting that 100,000 of its global fleet will be totally equipped with the latest in connective technology by the end of 2019. It’s also setting a more ambitious goal to have that number leap to 600,000 vehicles once 2020 is over. The company reported deploying some 50,000 vehicles to a cloud-based system in 2018.

Avis already has access to some of the most reliable rental car technology in the world, including products created and distributed by Bluebird Auto Rental Systems. Many of them are in place for the sake of efficiency as they simplify and speed up processes that would otherwise require a great deal of labor.

Avis also invested in other cutting-edge technology that provides regular updated information on every car in its fleet already equipped with the innovations that allow users to remotely get status readings on gas levels, odometers and diagnostic information. It’s been a steep learning curve for the company, which first got a glimpse into the possibilities that lay ahead back in 2013, when Avis bought auto-sharing company Zipcar.

The company moved towards testing vehicular connectivity in its Kansas City-based mobility lab that started operating near the end of 2017. That’s also where personnel check on the functionality of newer technological features to determine if they’re a fit for the Avis fleet.

They’re already experiencing success with the Avis mobile app that has already surpassed two million transactions since its introduction in 2016.

Customers are apparently happy with the app, as customer service feedback reported a satisfaction rate of up to 25 percent higher from consumers who use the smartphone feature as opposed to those who don’t.

While the app has proven to add a degree of convenience to booking and using an Avis vehicle, the company plans to add more possibilities down the road. Those include notifying users about tourist sites whenever a connect rental drives into a virtual boundary made possible by geo-fencing features. Another project involves a more dynamic access-in-demand model, enabling customers to rent a vehicle wherever they want, as opposed to booking one at an Avis outlet.

Better software. Better support. Better value. For over thirty years, Bluebird Auto Rental Services has been supporting its many, many happy customers around the world. Our flagship product, RentWorks, provides all the tools you need to run every aspect of your car rental business or service loaner department from the front counter to the back office.

Call us today toll-free at 800-304-5805, or email us at sales@barsnet.com and we will be happy to walk you through Bluebird’s Auto Rental Services.

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