Fox Adds 7 Locations in UK

Photo via Fox Rent-A-Car.
Photo via Fox Rent-A-Car.

Fox Rent-A-Car continues its European expansion with seven new locations that are now open for reservations or opening soon in the United Kingdom.

These new international Fox affiliate locations are located at London-Luton Airport, Liverpool, Leeds, Newcastle and Bristol, England; Aberdeen, Scotland and Cardiff, Wales. Now Fox has 14 locations across the U.K., offering vehicles for the local, leisure and business traveler, says the company.

“We are very excited to expand with our U.K. partners to bring the Fox value and brand experience to travelers in these seven growing leisure markets and to offer Fox value, convenience and superior service to rental customers in these new locations.” said Jack Wetzel, director of Fox Affiliate Division for Fox Rent-A-Car. “We are continually seeking new partners and business location opportunities to expand our car rental service to Fox customers around the globe.”

With the addition of these seven new outlets, Fox will now reach an additional 38 million travelers and expand its rental service into 23 countries and territories, according to the company.

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