How Car Rental Companies Are Responding To Green Requests
While the demand for green options from car rental companies hasn't quite been as high in North America, companies around the world are improving options.
While the car rental industry, like many others, is bracing for a tough few months, business will recover. And companies must be prepared for that time.
Many major car rental companies have announced actions they plan on taking during the Covid-19 pandemic for the foreseeable future.
The American Automobile Association will be adding a car rental program, pending the results of its forthcoming Seattle Pilot project.
The speakers at the ICRS panel Driving Revenue and Margin Through Better Pricing: What Works and What Doesn't will discuss successful pricing strategies and changes happening in the industry.
A U.K.-based industrial consulting firm is predicting that the car rental industry will more than double in size by decade's end and will be worth $230 billion U.S. by 2029.
A report has revealed the car rental industry was the largest service sector to take advantage of online booking, a feature made even more convenient with the development of mobile apps.
What a difference a year makes when in the car rental industry if the optics surrounding this year’s International Car Rental Show is any indication.
Avis has made waves in the industry by revamping its mobile app to add more conveniences to the rental experience, prompting others to follow suit.
As automakers continue to deal with changes in the economy and consumer tastes, it’s been pretty common for car rental companies to save their manufacturing peers.