Travelauto Offers Early Bookings for Eid Holidays

Travelauto provides rental cars in several countries including Oman, United Arab Emirates and Qatar. Photo via Wikimedia.
Travelauto provides rental cars in several countries including Oman, United Arab Emirates and Qatar. Photo via Wikimedia.

Travelauto.com, a UAE-based car rental and limousine services platform, is now accepting car rental bookings the Eid celebrations throughout the Middle East.

“We are encouraging travelers willing to travel to making their bookings early and enjoy up to 60% in car rental discounts,” said Chandra Moulli, CEO of Travelauto.com. “Considering the Eid holidays coincide with the summer holidays, the demand is expected to be high and we would advise people to avoid the last minute rush.”

Travelauto.com offers car rental service providers in the Middle East including Hertz, Budget Rent a Car, Avis, Diamond Lease, Shift Leasing, Nokta Rent a Car, National, Thrifty, Sixt, Europcar, Easy Renal Jordan, Payless, Alamo and Active Rent a Car, according to the company.

“We would like our customers and visitors to the Middle East to enjoy a stress-free traveling experience, and this is our driving force in accepting Eid Holiday car rental bookings earlier this year,” said Yuvaraj, Travelauto’s marketing manager. “Travelauto.com has a dedicated team for customer support to provide personalized service and assisting travelers booking car rental online round-the-clock during the month of Ramadan.”

The Eid celebration car rental bookings are available in several countries including Turkey, Jordan, Oman, United Arab Emirates and Qatar.

For more information, visit www.travelauto.com.

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