Toyota Rent a Car Opens First Location in Dallas

Toyota Rent a Car of Dallas/Fort Worth, an affiliate of Friedkin Companies Inc., announced the opening of its first location at Sport City Toyota in Dallas, Texas on March 1.

The rental fleet includes a full line of late model Toyota products for rent including cars, trucks, SUVs, hybrids and minivans for personal, business, service and insurance rental reimbursement needs.

Featured vehicles available to rent are the 2013 Avalon, the 2013 Tundra and the 2013 Prius v.

The new store also offers free pick-up and delivery, as well as free 24-hour roadside assistance to customers.

“We are very excited to bring the superior rental experience offered at Toyota Rent a Car to the Dallas area,” said City Manager Greg Lionberger. “At Toyota Rent a Car, we believe in offering our customers not only the quality and dependability of Toyota products, but also outstanding customer service and competitive prices.”

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