Compares Car Rental Deals at U.S. Airports launched on Dec. 10 to help travelers access car rental services for all major U.S. cities and airports. The company said there are no booking fees when using the site.

The website allows users to search for car rental deals, compare offers and make online reservations upon arriving to the airport, according to the company. Customers will be able to narrow down their search, such as by entering the driver’s age, to find an available vehicle in real-time and can also view a terminal map. said it is working with Alamo, Budget, Hertz, National, Thrifty and others to offer a range of vehicle options.

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