Travelauto Adds Click Rent Car Rental

Click Rent car rental service serves customers near Budapest's Liszt Ferenc International Airport. Photo via Wikimedia.
Click Rent car rental service serves customers near Budapest's Liszt Ferenc International Airport. Photo via Wikimedia.

Travelauto.com, a UAE-based car rental and limousine services platform, has added Hungary-based Click Rent rent a Car to its car rental platform.

Click Rent serves the city of Budapest, with locations within the city and near Liszt Ferenc International Airport. As part of the agreement, Click Rent can offer its customers car rental services through Travelauto.com.

Adding Click Rent helps Travelauto continue to increase its car rental services across Europe, according to Mr. Yuvaraj, marketing manager for Travelauto.

“We expect this new option to be of great benefit to our clients,” said Chandra Mouli, CEO of Travelauto.com. “They can now access a wide variety of rental cars in Hungary, compare prices and find packages that best suit their needs.”

Travelauto helps customers receive car rental quotes over its Web platform for a variety of vehicles ranging from economy, standard, midsize and luxury cars.

For more information, visit www.travelauto.com.

Comments

  1. Lisa [ September 30, 2015 @ 04:41AM ]

    Hi Thanks for sharing valuable information for us and savingTree also shares information about car rental coupon code. recently I got avis coupon code at http://www.savingtree.co.uk/coupons/ and I saved 10 pounds on my rental. Thanks xxx

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