Rentcars.com Adds Several New Rental Locations

Logo courtesy of Rentcars.com.
Logo courtesy of Rentcars.com.

Rentcars.com, a global online travel agency present in over 145 countries, has recently expanded its available European, North American, and Latin American destinations through Sixt, Keddy and Mex Rent A Car.

Additionally, Rentcars.com has added Rhodium Car Rental on its website.

Now Rentcars.com customers have an additional 323 car rental stores to choose from.

“Expanding our destinations shows that we are more than committed to always having the best car rental options available to our customers, worldwide,” said Francisco Millarch, CEO of Rentcars.com. “Through our website, they may efficiently compare prices and perform car rental booking services in an English, Spanish, and Portuguese platform.”

The new car rental locations include:

- Mex Rent A Car: United States, Canada, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Saint Maarten, and Panama
- Keddy Car Rental: Italy
- Sixt: Uruguay, Peru, Paraguay, Dominican Republic, Panama, Aruba, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands, Nicaragua, and Grenada
- Rhodium Car Rental: Cyprus, Spain, France, Greece, Netherlands, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Mexico, and Morocco

Comments

  1. Jeff [ September 1, 2017 @ 01:53PM ]

    Awesome!

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