Silvercar Adds Locations in Newark, Brooklyn

Photo courtesy of Silvercar.
Photo courtesy of Silvercar.

Silvercar has announced its continued expansion into the New York area with the launch of its silver Audi A4 fleet at Newark Liberty International Airport and in Brooklyn.

Effective on April 25, Newark and Brooklyn will be the 13th and 14th locations for Silvercar, the app-based car rental operation, nationally.

"Expanding out from our already successful Manhattan location, we're bringing our elegant and easy to use car rental experience to the greater New York City area," said Luke Schneider, CEO of Silvercar. "New Yorkers demand a premium product, and we deliver the car rental service the way it should be; with a full-service approach which is tied into our powerful and easy to use technology. Everyone gets a premium experience with the stylish silver Audi A4, all at a competitive price."

Customers will be able to start their Silvercar reservation from the WallyPark at Newark Airport and in Brooklyn (located at the McCarren Hotel & Pool) beginning on April 25.

To access Silvercar, consumers can download the Silvercar mobile app available on both Apple and Android mobile platforms. Consumers can also access Silvercar through its website.

"2016 is an incredible time for creativity and change in the automotive industry," said Schneider. "Silvercar is leading the way in the mobility and car rental industries to ensure our customers are getting the modern experience they expect and deserve."

In addition to the Newark Airport and Brooklyn, Silvercar has locations in Austin, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Dallas, Denver, Miami, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Fort Lauderdale, Chicago, Denver, and Manhattan/New York City.

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