Right Cars Expands to Hungary

Right Cars is opening a branch at the Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport. Photo via Wikimedia.
Right Cars is opening a branch at the Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport. Photo via Wikimedia.

In October, U.K.-based Right Cars will open two branches in Hungary — downtown Budapest and Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport. It plans to open more locations in Hungary in early 2016.

"I am very excited to announce that after many months of negotiations the Right Cars brand will be shortly available in Hungary to provide car rental services,” said Little, co-founder and company chairman. “The Right Cars franchise for Hungary has been purchased by the Avalon Group, who currently operates a large number of car dealerships throughout Hungary.”

Currently, Right Cars provides car rental services in 22 countries — at 51 airports and 46 city locations, according to the company.

"The opening of Right Cars in Hungary is just the start of the company’s strategic aim to have a greater presence in the region, as we start the final stages of planning for the opening of several branches in Slovenia, Austria, Switzerland and Germany,” said Little.

For more information, visit www.right-cars.com.

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