Web Site at Newark Airport Brings Travelers Closer to NYC

Frequent fliers Robert Harrison and Michael Espejo have partnered to launch NewarkAirCarRental.com.

Espejo discovered Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) when he recently traveled to New York City from the Midwest. He found EWR to be less crowded than other New York area airports, and he was able to reach his rental car destination quickly due to convenient AirTrain service. Further, Espejo found he could be in midtown Manhattan—16 miles from the airport¬—in a few minutes.

When Espejo returned home he called Robert, a web designer who lives on the West Coast, to report his discovery of the Newark airport. The two men decided to partner and NewarkAirCarRental.com was born.

The bright, sunset-colored site incorporates all major car rental agencies with their most affordable prices, in five quickly-navigated steps that begin on the landing page. Throughout the five steps, the customer has complete rental cost (including all charges and taxes) in front of them. Available options and upgrades are simple to select.

Espejo brought his travel experiences in the Newark area to Newark Air Car Rental. Visitors will find information for getting around Newark Liberty International Airport and the surrounding area, as well as an "about" page, highlighting Newark N.J.

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