Avis Israel Upgrades its Online Booking System

Avis Israel launched its newly designed online ordering system, according to a recent company press release.

The site includes new sorting options that allow customers to search for rental cars by price, gear, car size and luggage size. Additionally, the booking process is entirely transparent and can be done remotely.

“We know that people are busier than ever and as a result, have little time,” said Gil Sagiv, head of marketing for Avis Israel. “Upgrading the website to make the process much easier for our loyal customers is just one way we show our appreciation to them."

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