200th Toyota Rent a Car Dealership Selects TSD RENTAL

TSD’s 200th Toyota Rent a Car dealership recently selected TSD as its rental car software provider. TSD has been working in partnership with Toyota Motor Sales USA for several years as the approved rental car software for the Toyota Rent a Car (TRAC) program.

TSD provides TRAC operators with built-in, customized features exclusively for Toyota Rent a Car dealerships, including a built-in customer satisfaction survey and a data feed that allows Toyota Motor Sales to glean sales leads and marketing information from the rental customers.

TSD also provides many TRAC operators with insurance reservation links and online reservation delivery.

"TSD RENTAL is an important part of my ability to control and grow Toyota Rent a Car as a profit center within Modern Toyota," said Bill Todd of Modern Toyota, just one of the more than 200 Toyota Rent a Car operations that TSD has worked with to automate. "It has incredible flexibility that allows me to stay up to date on how each rental location is performing, and keeping track of important details about the fleet is a snap. TSD RENTAL provides all the information you need on your business."

For more information about TSD RENTAL Management Software or other TSD business products, call 800-743-1200 or visit www.tsd-inc.com.

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