Fare Buzz Announces Prepaid Car Rental Deals

Fare Buzz, a New York City-based travel company, is offering prepaid car rental deals at net rates for daily, weekly or monthly car rentals, according to a Feb. 14 press release. According to its website, Fare Buzz has contracts with all the major car rental companies for U.S. and global locations.

"Fare Buzz understands the importance of car rentals for both business and leisure travelers," said Arnold Walter, president and CEO of Fare Buzz. "Our prepaid net rates now allow customers to spend more time on the road and less time at the counter. It just makes more sense for today's busy traveler."

He added, "We've seen a substantial growth over the years in car rentals, and feel it's an important part of our customers travel needs. With that in mind, our prepaid rates on car rentals will continue to grow this area of travel and will continue to save our customers money."

Fare Buzz, which had its start in 1994, offers rates currently starting as low as $25 per day and can be found in cities like New York, London, Zurich and Mumbai.

The prepaid car rental deals can be found on the company's website at www.farebuzz.com/car-rentals or by calling their agents at 1-888-808-4123.

For a feature on prepaid options in car rental, check out this article, "A Guide to Guaranteed Reservations: Has the Time Finally Come?"

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