Fox Rent A Car Allows 20-year-olds to Rent Vehicles

Fox Rent A Car is encouraging young drivers to hit the road with the Young Driver Program.    Effective immediately at all 13 Fox locations, this new program allows 20-year-olds the choice of renting any car in Fox fleet.  

With a variety of makes and models available, Fox has an attractive selection for young drivers, that includes convertibles, Jeeps and luxury vehicles.    With Fox's Choice Program, renters can select their preferred make, model and color upon pick up.  "We are a discount rental agency," stated Jakub Kopiczak, Marketing Manager.  "Our low prices are attractive to everyone, including budget minded students and youth.  By allowing this age group more options, we feel we'll attract a larger clientele base. Our goal is to be a low cost value leader across the board."

Fox Rent A Car serves 13 airport locations, including: Phoenix (PHX), Salt Lake City (SLC), Los Angeles (LAX), Ontario (ONT), Burbank (BUR), Oakland (OAK), San Jose (SJC), Orange County (SNA), Las Vegas (LAS), San Diego (SAN), Seattle (SEA), San Francisco (SFO) and Denver (DEN). Many other airports are serviced by Fox affiliates. The complete list of all airports could be found in Fox website.

The Fox Rewards Program gives frequent renters a way to quickly earn the rewards they want most. Members earn points for every rental completed at one of  the 13  Fox airport locations, through booking on the Fox Rent A Car website at (www.foxrentacar.com).

Comments

  1. Michael Boutte [ July 20, 2011 @ 05:08PM ]

    Will there be an extra charge for 20 year old renters?

  2. mike [ July 29, 2011 @ 03:58PM ]

    yes of course but not a bad charge $14 a day way cheaper than other companies

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