New IzziRent Booking App Compares Car Rental Rates Worldwide

Slovenia-based Izzivizzi Ltd. announced the launch of a new car rental price comparison and booking app on Nov. 20. IzziRent helps travelers find, compare and book a rental car in more than 25,000 locations worldwide.

Using price comparison technology, the app queries more than 600 car rental providers including Enterprise, Hertz, Avis, Sixt, Europcar, Dollar, Thrifty, Budget, National, Alamo and other local providers to return the cheapest rates.

IzziRent includes coupons and promotional offers in its search, and allows users can to secure a reservation up to one hour before pick up, according to the company.

“We wanted to create an app that would provide the best value and an ultra-convenient booking process which could be used up to sixty minutes before pick-up was needed giving masses of flexibility,” said IzziRent CEO Miha Klancar. “We're continually adding new car hire partners to our portal and plan to expand to even more destinations over the coming 12 months, giving a wider choice and even more savings.”

The app is available for free download in iTunes and GooglePlay.

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  1. khalil [ November 28, 2012 @ 10:34AM ]

    Hi

    Which are the best price hire car comparison sites in the world? Please email me on [email protected]

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