CarTrawler Maintains Partnership with Allovoyages

CarTrawler, an online global car rental platform, has again been awarded the car rental contract for Allovoyages, a France-based price comparison travel website.

Under this partnership, Allovoyages customers will continue to have direct connections to over 1,200 leading and independent car rental agents in over 30,000 airport and city locations across 174 countries.

Allovoyages is part of a growing list of online travel agents worldwide that connect their customers to car rental through CarTrawler’s online marketplace, says CarTrawler.

“Companies such as Allovoyages have adopted a proactive approach to online retailing by focusing on satisfying the needs of the customer along every step of the sales journey,” said Mike McGearty, chief executive officer at CarTrawler. “We look forward to continuing to support and grow their online car rental business through constant innovation in our approach to meeting their customers’ needs.”

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