What Are Car Rental Operators Doing Around the World?

A rental vehicle from Active Car Hire in Nairobi, Kenya used in a wedding.
A rental vehicle from Active Car Hire in Nairobi, Kenya used in a wedding.

Operating a car rental business in the U.S. isn't necessarily the same as operating one in Kenya, Curacao or even London for that matter. In ARN's Global Reporter, which comes out every other Tuesday, a car rental company is featured in our Global Snapshot segment, sharing how the companies started their businesses to what ails them most in their regions.

For example, our latest Global Snapshot looked at Active Car Hire in Kenya (pictured above), and next week, the segment will feature a car rental company from Australia.

To see a list of all the Global Snapshots published so far, click here.

You can also go here to sign up for the Global Reporter newsletter, or you can see our latest Global Reporter edition here.

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