Virgin Islands Legislation Allows Car Rental Companies to Pick Up Airport Customers

Virgin Island Daily News reported on Nov. 20 that car rental companies will be able to transport customers from the airport via shuttle in order to pick up their rental car. The new law follows the passing of five taxi franchise bills through the Senate on Nov. 19.

The legislation for the car rental companies was introduced last year but was vetoed because of strong opposition from the taxi industry in the area.

View the full article from the Virgin Island Daily News by clicking the URL:
http://virginislandsdailynews.com/news/override-of-governor-s-veto-allows-car-rental-companies-to-provide-airport-shuttles-taxi-associations-awarded-franchises-over-outcry-from-tourism-chambers-1.1406073

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