Rent A Toll LTD. Establishes New Headquarters

Rent A Toll (RTL) LTD. announced it has new corporate offices in Carrollton, Texas. The 5,900-square-foot facility will support RTL’s continued expansion by providing a state-of-the-art facility for its software development, sales, marketing, customer support operations and executive offices.

RTL’s new offices are at 2081 Hutton Drive, Suite 201, Carrollton, Texas, 75006.

RTL is a technology solutions innovator in the travel and transportation industry. RTL provides electronic toll payment solutions for car rental companies and their clients, fleet leasing companies, and corporate fleet administrators.

RTL’s technology serves as an intermediary between toll authorities, car rental companies, and fleet leasing companies, allowing car renters and fleet drivers to use electric toll collection and open road tolling lanes without incurring toll violation fees. The product serves businesses and consumers by guaranteeing toll payments to toll authorities, eliminating rental car and fleet vehicle toll violations, and offering travelers safe and convenient access to express toll lanes.

“We are thrilled to be part of the Carrollton business community,” said RTL President and CEO Rick Welch. “The new Rent A Toll corporate offices are a testament to our growth. We hope to continue our success while benefiting both our customers and the community.”

Founded in 2004, RTL has successfully processed more than two million toll transactions for its customers. In 2010, RTL plans to expand into Puerto Rico as well as continue to grow its U.S. market share.

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