Hertz Local Edition Expands to Include Venice, Fla., Location

PARK RIDGE, NJ --- As part of a company-wide strategy to further expand into suburban markets, The Hertz Corporation has opened a Hertz Local Edition car rental facility in Venice, Fla.

The opening represents Hertz's effort to increase its market share in the local market.

The new location provides Hertz customers with a range of rental vehicles including minivans and compact cars through full-size vehicles. Pick-up and drop-off service, insurance replacement rentals, and Hertz #1 Club Gold counter service are also available. Vehicles equipped with Hertz NeverLost on-board navigation system and Sirius Satellite Radio may be requested at the time of reservation. In addition, vehicles are available for rental with unlimited mileage and all rate structures are honored, including one-way, inter-city rates.

The new Hertz Local Edition facility is located at 803 US 41 Bypass, north of Jacarand I-75 exit 193, and just south of Venice Ave., in Venice.

With more than 1,300 off airport locations, Hertz's suburban locations now reach customers in the top 50 metropolitan areas. Hertz has been servicing the insurance replacement industry for more than 5 years and is an authorized car rental and insurance replacement company for many major automobile insurance companies

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