Advantage to Launch Stroller Rental Program

Advantage Rent A Car (AEZ), operator of the Advantage and E-Z Rent-A-Car, and TravelTab, a provider of travel convenience products and technology, have announced the launch of a program to rent child strollers.

The rental strollers will be available at Advantage’s locations at the Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and Orlando airports beginning Feb. 7.

Advantage and TravelTab will offer families traveling with young children an alternative to the hassle of flying with their own child stroller or the inconvenience of waiting to rent one at a theme park, according to Advantage.

In the coming weeks, customers can reserve a TravelTab Kids stroller when making their rental reservation on Advantage.com. Rental cost for the strollers is $12.99 per day.

“We are excited to partner with TravelTab and be able to offer our customers more options to enhance their rental car experience,” said Scott Davido, president of AEZ. “As a leader in this category, TravelTab is a clear choice and partner.”

"We're thrilled to partner with Advantage to launch our new TravelTab Kids product line,” said Dave Schmeltz, president of TravelTab. “Our strollers are customized for the family traveler offering all the safety and durability parents demand, plus the comfort their children need. We designed them to fit into the trunk of a rental car with luggage, something that’s not so easy with standard strollers."

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