The voluntary scheme requires companies to follow a 10-point code of conduct that includes a commitment to reporting suspicious behavior, sharing data with law enforcement, and taking an electronic form of payment for at least a part of the transaction.
I.D. Systems’ wireless in-vehicle management system permits two-way data communications between a vehicle and various car rental operating systems.
Shouqi Car Rental customers are able to access Europcar's car rental services directly from Shouqi's website and will be able to purchase all inclusive packages outside of China throughout the Europcar worldwide network.
Sixt sees a high demand for its products and services on the Hawaiian Islands, and is already planning additional locations at important destinations such as Honolulu and Waikiki.
UFOdrive has previously opened two locations, one at the Luxembourg Airport and one at the Brussels Airport.
Use of Hertz Fast Lane powered by CLEAR is a new benefit for Hertz Gold Plus Rewards program members, and membership in CLEAR is available at no additional cost when used in connection with this program.
Now, Hertz Gold Plus Rewards loyalty members who sign up for CLEAR and link their accounts will be able to verify their identity and rental reservation with just a look or tap of their finger.
As part of MoreRentalCars.Com ongoing campaign, 10% of profits will be donated to the Environmental Defense Fund each quarter.
Located on California's Pacific Coast Highway in Redondo Beach, Garage 77 offers members access to a fleet of eight classic cars, including a 1956 Porsche 356 Speedster Tribute, 1975 Ford Bronco, and 1959 Chevrolet Corvette C1.
In February 2017, Uber ended operations in Taiwan, but returned in April with an updated business model that included partnering with car rental companies.
Although Lyft trails Uber in terms of value and market reach, experts said beating Uber to IPO will give Lyft an advantage, as the added attention will cement Lyft as a viable alternative to Uber.
The appointments follow a report by China's Ministry for Transport which concluded that the company's "management of people and vehicles is out of control."