Silvercar to Launch at Denver Airport

A customer at Silvercar's location at Austin Bergstrom International Airport is guided to his car by Silvercar's curbside valet service. Photo credit: Silvercar.
A customer at Silvercar's location at Austin Bergstrom International Airport is guided to his car by Silvercar's curbside valet service. Photo credit: Silvercar.

On Aug. 11, Silvercar, the app-based car rental operation, will launch its silver Audi A4 rental service at Denver International Airport. This will mark Silvercar’s eighth airport location nationwide.

Under a partnership with Canopy Airport Parking, the Silvercar fleet will be available in Canopy’s indoor customer facility. Customers will be able to access Canopy’s shuttle service to get to and from the airport terminal, says Silvercar.

“Now we're introducing service at Denver International, the fifth largest car rental market in the U.S., and we couldn't be more excited to partner with Canopy,” said Silvercar CEO Luke Schneider. “… With everything we do, we put the customer first and that allows us to consistently deliver an experience that is superior to anything else out there.”

Silvercar will offer a $59 per day introductory rate at the airport. Each vehicle is equipped with Google Earth GPS navigation, SiriusXM satellite radio, in-car Wi-Fi and a toll tag, says the company.

Currently, Silvercar has locations in Austin, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Dallas, Miami and Phoenix.

To learn more about Silvercar, visit www.silvercar.com.

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