Car Rentals USA will offer discounted car rentals to customers in major US and Canadian cities and airports such as Los Angeles (LAX), Miami (MIA), Toronto (YYZ), Orlando (MCO), New York (JFK), and Fort Lauderdale (FLL).
Car Rentals USA has launched a city-based car rental search service for people looking for inexpensive car rentals in USA and Canada. The new localized car rental search will help users find budget-oriented car rental agencies in cities that offer rent a car (Standard, Mid-size or Full-Size), convertibles, exotic cars, Minivans, and/or SUVs at discounted prices.
Some of the major airport car rental services that the company launched include the following:
Miami, Fla. (www.carrentalsmiami.com)
Los Angeles (www.carrentalslosangeles.com)
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (www.carrentalsfortlauderdale.com)
Toronto (www.carrentalstoronto.com )
Orlando, Fla. (www.carrentalsorlando.com)
On a separate note, the company said it has added many new features to its discounted car rental service, Carrentalsusa.com. Some of the new features including “Car Rentals by City,” which are designed to make the searching easier. The new features in the site offer users single place to find cheap car rental for all the major cities and airports in United States and Canada. It also gives the user valuable location specific information such as traffic, whether conditions, City Tweets, Picasa web albums, YouTube Videos with the click of a mouse.
The new search option is fine tuned to narrow down to the exact city that a user is interested in. For example if a user searches for a car rental in Miami, Fla., he or she can navigate from Florida State and then to Miami City. From there, the user can search either by city name or zip code.
Carrentalsusa.com’s car reservation system permits users to enter their preferences in rental options, leading them to the best rental deals available as per their selection criteria. Users can immediately compare rates and car features before finalizing on the desired rental vehicle. The new feature gives more customized information to the customer about the city. Users can also find data on schools, local government, demographics, geography and climate.
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