, Routes Announce Partnership

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Logo courtesy of, a car rental platform that operates in 150 countries, announced a partnership with Canadian-based car rental company, Routes.

With this partnership,’s customers now have access to 15 more locations in the U.S. and Canada.

“Canada is a strategic market for our expansion plans and Routes holds rental locations in all of the most important airports in the country," said Lucas Silva, of´s Business Development team. "Furthermore, we share a common goal: to offer only the best service and exceed customers´ expectations, every time.”

“We are thrilled to be working with one of the premier online travel sites in the world,” said Bob Thunell, vice-president of sales for Routes Car Rental. “With one of the newest fleets in the industry and our focus on customer services,'s customers can be assured of receiving great cars, great rates, and great service. This partnership will truly benefit both organizations ability to grow and service the needs of the traveling public worldwide.”

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