Right Cars to Open at Miami Airport

Logo via Right Cars website
Logo via Right Cars website

U.K.-based Right Cars Vehicle Rental Ltd will open a location at Miami International Airport in August as part of its Florida rollout. This is the company’s first franchise branch in Florida.

"It's very exciting news, that I can confirm the opening of our first branch in the U.S. state of Florida at Miami International Airport under the operational control of Mr. Solis, who acquired the Master Car Rental Franchise for Florida,” said Rick Little, co-founder and chairman at Right Cars. “Mr. Solis, who has many years of experience in the car rental industry, will oversee the day-to-day operations in Miami, serving both leisure and business customers from our huge selection of new vehicles.”

"Karl Taylor, managing director of Right Cars, will be attending the grand opening early in August,” added Little. “And at the same time he will be reviewing real estate with Mr. Solis for the planned opening of 10 other airport branches at locations such as Fort Lauderdale, Tampa, Orlando, and Palm Beach."

With the expansion of the Right Cars brand in the U.S., the company will also be announcing its introduction into India where it will provide self-drive rental car centers at major airports.

"The expansion of the Right Cars brand in Florida is a significant milestone in the development of our U.S. business which is growing rapidly,” said Little. “The company has already sold the master franchise for the U.S. states of California, Nevada, Tennessee, and Texas. We are on target to have over 50 operational locations in the U.S. before the end of the second quarter 2017."

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