Cash Car Rental Company Expands Fleet

The 2014 Nissan Versa is one of Premier Cash Car Rentals new fleet vehicles. Photo courtesy of Nissan.
The 2014 Nissan Versa is one of Premier Cash Car Rentals new fleet vehicles. Photo courtesy of Nissan.

Georgia-based Premier Cash Car Rentals (PCCRs) has added seven cars to its fleet, including four 2014 Nissan Versas and three 2014 Nissan Sentras.

PCCR expanded its fleet due to the growing demand for cash-only car rentals, says the company.

“Using cash should always be a choice,” said Jerrell Breedlove, manager of PCCR. “We don’t believe credit cards should be forced on anyone.”

Premier Cash Car Rentals accepts cash, debit, prepaid cards as well as credit cards.

For more information, visit www.premiercashcarrentals.com.

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