Thrifty Car Rental Offers Handicap Accessible Minivans in Salt Lake City

Thrifty Car Rental, a subsidiary of Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group Inc., recently made renting a car in Salt Lake City much friendlier to the transportation needs of physically-challenged customers. 

Thrifty's Salt Lake City franchisee now offers three handicap accessible 2011 Chrysler Town & Country minivans for rental. Each van is equipped with wheelchair ramps, drop down service for ground-level access, hand controls, removable seats for accessible driving with a wheel chair and all other options that will meet the requirements of drivers with a physical handicap.

"We are thrilled to extend our array of services to now meet all varieties of our customers' needs," said Gary Lewis, owner of Thrifty of Salt Lake City. "This is an important gap to fill which is why we are providing top-of-line 2011 model year minivans that will exceed the comfort and ease-of-use expectations of customers requiring handicap accessible vehicles."

The 2011 Chrysler Town & Country minivans are currently available for rental and can be reserved at the 15 South 2400 West, Salt Lake City, Utah 84116 location.  For more information about Thrifty Car Rental, visit www.thrifty.com

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