New Broker Site Launches in Brazil

Brazilian Rent a Car (BRZ Rent A Car), a new car rental brokerage site, has launched in Brazil. The car rental network rents cars from suppliers in 25 Brazilian cities.

It was developed through an initiative of professionals with experience in renting vehicles and fleet outsourcing, according to the company.

The Brazilian Rent a Car network helps establish best practices in Brazil’s rental market and offers the latest generation of technological resources, a diversified fleet vehicle, competitive prices, and bilingual assistance, according to Errol Cajetan Albuquerque, CEO of Brazilian Rent a Car.

These practices have been developed to offer assistance to clients and take care of the needs of travelers, according to the company.

“We have started our activities with the purpose of offering our clients more than just renting a car, but being able to enjoy the utmost experience of traveling through the country, being that the wish to spend a remarkable holiday with family or a stress-free business trip,” said Albuquerque.

Brazilian Rent a Car consists of several rental companies in 25 cities including Porto Alegre, Chapeco, Curitiba, Sao Paulo, Santo Andre, Campinas, Brasilia, Salvador, Olinda, and Goiania.

Click here to view the fleet and make a reservation.

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