There was no shortage of takeaways at the International Car Rental Show earlier in April in Las Vegas. The predominant theme had a great deal to do with changes in the industry, particularly fleet utilization.
Enterprise Holdings is diversifying how it will put its customers behind the wheel of their vehicles by introducing a vehicle subscription service in conjunction with the car rental industry's changing landscape.
The ICRS held in Las Vegas usually gives industry participants insight on how to improve their operations and network with fellow players. But a vibe of uncertainly permeated the convention atmosphere.
Described as an on-demand premium car rental service, The Out presents residents of the Big Ben municipality a chance to get into a Jag Land Rover for anything from a family outing to a night on the town.
The debate over what constitutes a car rental business and a ride sharing venture continues to be a hot button issue across the U.S. Legislators in several states are pondering how the two should be treated.
If the future of the car rental business is connectivity, Avis is planning to plug in big-time. That was the message delivered by Jeffrey Kaelin, at the International Car Rental Show, held April 12-14 in Las Vegas.
The car rental industry has been playing things cautiously as it eyes the self-driving landscape from the sidelines, possibly for good reason, if results from a HarrisX poll accurately reflect public perception.
Enterprise Vanpool tears a page out of the ride-sharing business model by creating a similar service, designed as a low-cost option for commuters that also reduces harmful discharges into the atmosphere.
While Uber made its initial public offering, despite its claim of overall revenues totaling $11.3 billion, the company’s capital and operating costs were far greater, putting it in the red at roughly $1.8 billion.
A study reveals that automakers who sell electric vehicles directly to car rental companies will be further ahead on the road to recovery, given the exorbitant costs of producing green technology automobiles.