Right Cars Seeks Franchise Owners to Expand Locations

Right Cars Vehicle Rental Ltd, a car rental company located in 17 countries, will be expanding its car rental franchise to more countries. After winning some international contracts for the supply of car rental services, Right Cars is now looking for potential franchise owners to apply.

“Right Cars as a brand has grown at an amazing rate over the last two years,” said Karl Taylor, managing director and founder. “It’s not been an easy road. We have had many challenges to face, but the effort has produced exceptional results for such a young company.”

In 2014, Right Cars entered into negotiations with several key players in the travel industry to establish a wider distribution of the Right Cars product, says Taylor.

If interested in applying for a Right Cars franchise, applicants can fill out a contact form on the Right Cars website (www.right-cars.com). According to the company, it is looking for franchise owners either as countrywide master franchise operators or local independent franchise operators.

Right Cars is particularly looking for interested applicants in France, Spain, Italy, Australia, Germany, America and Canada — although any country not already covered by Right Cars is available, says the company.

Currently, Right Cars is located in 17 countries, including Croatia, Greece, Jamaica, Morocco, New Zealand, Poland and United Arab Emirates.

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