Silvercar Launches in Chicago

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.

Silvercar has announced it will be launching its airport car rental services in Chicago beginning June 15. Chicago marks the 10th location the company has added to its lineup.

Customers will be able to reserve and unlock Silvercars using the mobile app on Apple or Android devices and on the Silvercar website. The vehicles are equipped with free in-car WiFi, in-dash GPS and Sirius radio.

To celebrate its launch in Chicago, Silvercars will be available for $59 per day through the end of July. First-time customers will also receive one free day with a reservation of two days or more (using the code “ORDFREE”).

In addition to the expansion news, Silvercar announced it has lowered its age limit to rent from 25 years old to 22 years old, and there are no added fees for being under 25.

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