Hertz and Dav El Chauffeur Transportation Form Partnership

The Hertz Corporation and Dav El Chauffeur Transportation Network, a privately owned chauffeur transportation company in the United States, have partnered to provide Hertz customers with Dav El's chauffeured transportation services.

Through the partnership, Hertz customers now have an additional ground transportation option to fulfill their chauffeured car and short term transportation options. Services provided by Dav El include roundtrip airport concierge services, a fleet of deluxe vehicles for group events, and the coordination of transportation for large group functions, conventions and corporate meetings. Dav El provides fully insured and certified chauffeurs who provide high quality, professional driving services to customers.

"The chauffeured ground transportation business is a multi-billion dollar business," commented Hertz Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Mark P. Frissora. "By partnering with Dav El, one of the most established chauffeured service providers, we are strengthening our mission of providing total mobility solutions for our customers. Dav El's extended reach, operating in more than 550 cities worldwide, complements Hertz's geographical coverage and provides business and leisure customers alike with first class chauffeured services."

"As the world's leading car rental brand, partnering long term with Hertz will afford Dav El unlimited opportunity for global growth and expansion for their chauffeured transportation services," commented Dav El President and Chief Executive Officer, Scott A. Solombrino. "We're excited to bring value to the Hertz brand by fulfilling a niche need for Hertz customers and to bring end-to-end logistical ground transportation solutions to corporations, travel agencies and retail consumers."

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