Rhodium Car Rental Partners With Rentcars.com

Logo courtesy of Rhodium Car Rental
Logo courtesy of Rhodium Car Rental

Rhodium Car Rental has partnered with Rentcars.com, a car rental price comparison site that operates in over 140 countries worldwide.

“We know the importance that Rhodium represents in the countries it covers and that it’s a customer driving company with the technology necessary to provide the best possible services,” said a Rentcars.com spokesperson. “Therefore, we are sure this deal will result in mutual benefits for us.”

Rentcars.com will start working on the integration to offer Rhodium on all its channels as soon as possible, according to the company.

“As part of our global expansion, we are excited to partner with Rentcars.com as we both have one common goal, which is to be transparent and exceed customers’ expectations when renting a car,” said Jaime Rodriguez, Rhodium’s head of business development for outside Europe.

With over 35 years of experience, Rhodium Car Rental has locations in Spain, Malta, Croatia, Cyprus, Portugal, Andorra, Netherlands, Turkey, Italy, Morocco, Mexico, Serbia, France, Greece, and Romania.  

Comments

  1. Simon [ July 22, 2017 @ 12:42PM ]

    Do not use this company. They will rip you off for additional insurance at the airport. We were told we had to pay an additional £114 or we wouldn't be allowed to have the car. Rental.com had already taken £64, Rhodium insisted on a surprise £114.
    Search the web, they've been doing it for years as Goldcar.

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