Bluebird Partners with Rental Insurance Program

Bluebird's booth at this year's Car Rental Show. Photo by Amy Winter.
Bluebird's booth at this year's Car Rental Show. Photo by Amy Winter.

Bluebird Auto Rental Systems has announced its new business partnership agreement with V3 Insurance Partners LLC, a national insurance program administrator.

This partnership will allow franchise and independent rental car operators insured by V3 to benefit jointly from Bluebird’s software systems and V3’s Insurance offered through its Rental Advantage program.

“V3 Insurance chose to partner with Bluebird because of its industry expertise and knowledge,” said Don Barrand, V3’s senior vice president and transportation national practice leader. “We expect the custom report created by Bluebird to ease the reporting requirements of the rental car operators we insure.”

Additionally, current and prospective Bluebird customers will now have access to V3 Insurance’s Rental Vantage program.

“Through this partnership with V3 Insurance, we can jointly offer the industry a comprehensive and essential business program,” said Angela Margolit, president of Bluebird. “Our goal is to easily address this challenging aspect of renting vehicles in the U.S.”

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