Budget’s Redesigned Website Streamlines Online Reservations

Photo via Wikimedia.
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Budget Truck Rental has redesigned its website to provide customers with easier access to rental reservations. Now when customers visit BudgetTruck.com, they will find a user-friendly interface and a streamlined reservation process.

The process has been reduced to four steps from six steps, according to the company. And the new website was built with responsive technology so customers will experience the same viewing experience across different devices, including desktop computers, laptops, tablets and mobile devices.

"When you are renting a truck for a do-it-yourself move, the last thing you need is a complex reservation process," said Jeannine Haas, chief marketing officer of Avis Budget Group, North America."We understand how valuable our customer’s time is, which is why we focused on redesigning BudgetTruck.com to make it a fast, easy and stress-free customer experience to deliver what customers have come to expect from Budget."

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