BELLEVUE, Wash --- Expedia Inc. announced that it has reached an agreement with Enterprise to extend its participation in Expedia's Preferred Rental Car Program for an additional two years. "We're thrilled to continue our preferred partnership with Enterprise, one of the largest and most well-respected companies in the car rental market," said Paul Brown, president of Expedia's Partner Service Group. "This relationship brings value and convenience to our customers and it represents a step forward in our commitment to form long-lasting and meaningful relationships with our valued supply partners. It also signifies our firm commitment to give our customers access to great prices, unparalleled service, choice and trusted advice." "We are excited to continue serving our mutual customers who appreciate our award-winning service and great value," said Jim Runnels, senior vice president of rental for Enterprise Rent-A-Car. "Expedia's Preferred Rental Car Program has proven to be a highly effective marketing and merchandising opportunity for us to help increase our exposure to shoppers on Expedia.com." The terms of the agreement cover bookings on Expedia.com, Expedia.ca and through Expedia Corporate Travel.
Didi officials said there will now be mandatory facial-recognition scanning for all drivers before they pick up any fares.