Budget Launches Taiwanese Operations

Photo: Toomore Chiang/flickr
Photo: Toomore Chiang/flickr

Budget Car Rental announced that it has launched locations in Taiwan. Operations opened at the Taoyuan International Airport, Taichung International Airport, Kaohsiung International Airport, and Taipei's Main Station.

The Budget fleet in Taiwan consists of automatic transmission vehicles from manufacturers such as Ford and Volkswagen. Optional features such as mobile Wi-Fi, GPS navigation, child safety seats, vehicle damage coverage, and personal property protection packages are available to customers.

Representatives from the Taiwan facilities also provide service in English.

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