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Peer-to-peer (p2p) carsharing regulations, connected vehicles, and airport car rental trends made up the most popular news items of 2018 on Auto Rental News.

The most popular story detailed Maryland's decisions to regulate p2p carsharing operators within the state. The bill passed by the Maryland House and Senate requires p2p car rental companies to comply with state tax, insurance, and safety laws and regulations.

As the year ends, let's revisit the top 10 news items of 2018:

  1. Maryland Passes Bill Regulating Peer-to-Peer Rentals

  2. Lyft to Provide Free Rides to Veterans, Low-Income Individuals

  3. Enterprise Fined $1M by Canadian Competition Bureau

  4. Skurt Bought by Vehicle-Subscription App, Fair

  5. Avis to Offer Curbside Delivery Service

  6. Sixt Denies Rumors It's Buying Hertz

  7. [Video]: Hawaii Rental Operator Loses Car as Kilauea Volcano Spews Lava, Flames

  8. J.D. Power: Car Rental Satisfaction Tops Hotels, Airlines

  9. Enterprise Ends Fiscal Year 2018 with $24.1B Revenue

  10. Avis Budget Group Announces 50,000 Connected Cars

Related: Top 10 Auto Rental News Stories of 2016

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