Texas Car Rental Industry Continues to Grow During Summer

Car rental companies in Midland, Texas have experienced their busiest months this summer, according to MyWestTexas.com.

Most of the car rentals come from Midland International Airport passengers leading companies to rent as many as 250 vehicles a day during the week.

Managers encourage customers to make reservations ahead of time to guarantee a vehicle, especially from Tuesday through Thursday when a majority of their rentals come from business travelers who fly in to work in Midland during the week.

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