2016 International Car Rental Show Seminars

April 29, 2016 - Events

This year's International Car Rental Show featured an opening keynote panel session, a general session focused on the passing of the recent recall bill and issues with rental cars and national security, a closing session that addressed the future of transportation with connected car technology, as well as seminars covering a variety of topics, including how to use Graves Amendment to lower liability expense and how to motivate millennials in the workplace.

There was also programming for niche audiences: Latin American operators and auto dealers looking to strengthen their loan programs. Photos by Steve Reed, Amy Winter-Hercher

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