Looking at Enterprise Holdings’ millennial recruitment strategy, how the Graves Amendment affects the car rental industry, and the impact of new employee overtime rules on businesses ranked as the most read articles on AutoRentalNews.com during 2016.
Articles on new business models, how to increase corporate rental sales, how rental companies maintain a sustainability program, and details on the International Car Rental Show also made the list.
As the year comes to a close, let’s revisit the top 10 articles of the year:
As state and local governments look to slow the spread of the coronavirus by mandating business closures, the American Car Rental Association maintains that car rental should be able to remain open to meet local and urgent transportation needs.
The letter from the American Car Rental Association to Treasury Secretary Mnuchin asks for grants or loans to purchase car rental industry assets, federal funds to help pay airport guarantees and concessions, and deferrals on taxes.
A man threatened to blow up an Enterprise Rent-A-Car location in Worcester, Mass., after demanding that he be allowed back into a rental car to get medication. The rental car was towed after an incident with police.