Hertz Qatar Launches Website for Customers in the Middle East

Hertz Qatar launched a new website along with a simplified version for mobile phone users in an effort to create the best online experience for its users.

The new site, www.hertz.qa, allows customers to book rental vehicles at 8,500 locations worldwide, including Qatar and other Middle East countries. Mobile users can access the site at mobile.hertz.com.

Bookings made through the new website will earn customers frequent flyer miles from Hertz global airline partners such as Qatar Airways Privilege Club, or receive points from Hertz hotel partners.

Customers also have the option to either prepay for their rentals in Qatari Riyals to save money or pay when they pick up their vehicle.

In addition to its benefits for consumers, the new website will be welcomed by travel agents who will have access to a wider choice of Hertz car rental quotes when making bookings for customers.

“More and more people in Qatar, and in many other Arab countries, now at least want the option to shop online for many products from the convenience of their own home, or the office,” said Hertz Qatar General Manager Sanaa Ouahmane. “We’re providing our customers with online platforms which are at the cutting edge of technology, and offer the best online experience available.”

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