Korea’s AJ Rent-A-Car to Launch in Los Angeles

Logo via AJ Rent-A-Car website.
Logo via AJ Rent-A-Car website.

South Korea’s AJ Rent-A Car will kick off its U.S. operation next month in Los Angeles, according to a report by Pulse News. The company is the first in Korea’s rental car industry to enter the U.S. rental market.

The rental company plans to open a branch in Los Angeles’ Koreatown, says the report. The branch will be located on Wilshire Boulevard.

The company says its service will be convenient for visitors and students without credit records in the U.S., according to the report.

Click here for the full Pulse News report. 

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