California Rent-A-Car Adds Convertibles to its Fleet

Los Angeles-based California Rent-A-Car has added new vehicles to its rental fleet.

To meet the demand for convertible rentals, the company now has the Ford Mustang convertible and several new Mini Cooper convertibles, including the Mini Roadster convertible and the Mini convertible S.

The new convertibles will be available for travelers at California Rent-A-Car locations in Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, West Los Angeles, West Hollywood and the Inglewood/LAX area, says the company.

In addition to convertibles, California Rent-A-Car offers a variety of rental vehicles including SUVs, luxury vehicles, hybrid and green cars, vans and trucks.

For more information, visit https://www.californiarac.com/.

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