Advance Car Rental Opens New Location in Virginia

Logo via Advance Car Rental's website.
Logo via Advance Car Rental's website.

Advance Car Rental, an independent car rental company based in Virginia, has opened a new office in Arlington.

This new location provides double the space for the Arlington rental operation and will serve as the corporate headquarters for Advance Global Solutions, its parent company.

“We have been in the Arlington market for 19 years and value the strong relationships we have built with renters, suppliers, area companies, and Arlington County,” said Carlos Estin, CEO of Advance Car Rental. “This exciting move will allow us to better serve our existing clients and provide room for expansion and growth.”

Founded in 1997, Advance Car Rental provides a standard fleet of vehicles and a high-end luxury fleet, including the Mercedes E350, Cadillac XTS, Camaro SS, Porsche Cayenne, and Range Rover Evoque. It has a location in Arlington as well as Tysons.

"Clients from Georgetown and NW Washington DC like the close proximity of our office and the lower rental taxes available by renting at a non-airport Virginia location," said Estin.

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