Chinese New Year Travel Boosts Car Rental Bookings

China’s car rental industry expects a busy season for the Chinese New Year on Feb. 9-15, according to China Daily on Jan. 28

Renting a car is the one of the most attractive options at this point for travelers since train tickets are now limited and airfare rates can be high. During national holidays, drivers are also exempt from expressway toll fees, the article states.

China Auto Rental in Beijing reported that 95% of its inventory has already been booked for the holiday.

View the full article from China Daily and the expected rental demand in the coming weeks by clicking on the URL:
http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/cndy/2013-01/28/content_16178731.htm


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