Independent Vendors: Get More Bookings through CarRentals.com

Online car rental consolidator CarRentals.com is looking to partner with car rental companies that service airport locations with a minimum fleet size of 50 cars. What is CarRentals.com?

CarRentals.com is focused on providing customers with the best available car types, rates and vendors. Its Web site features both global rental car vendors with thousands of locations as well as independent vendors serving regional or local markets. The CarRentals.com booking engine is designed to send customers to its car rental partners.

CarRentals.com’s Independent Vendor Management System allows easy control over rates, car types and availability. The company will set up multiple locations and will also help manage taxes, local policy information, contact information, pick-up and drop-off information and more.

Criteria to Join:

CarRentals.com is currently only looking for partners who service airport locations with a minimum fleet size of 50 cars.

Why list inventory on CarRentals.com?

Volume: Displaying competitive rates on the site delivers more rentals to rental locations. Show Rates: Credit card options increase show rates. Exposure: First-rate exposure builds credibility and awareness. Brand Recognition: Logo and company name will be visible to customers. Technology: The company’s Independent Vendor platform is state-of-the-art. Customizable support is available for multiple locations, taxes, local policy information, pickup and drop-off information and more. Analysis and Reporting: Easily monitor and improve rental results in real time. Support Team: A dedicated account executive is ready to help.

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