Low dealer consignment levels and a 30 percent drop in off-rental volumes have kept used vehicle prices afloat.
There are signs of a philosophy shift toward higher-mileage rental cars.
The economic storm of 2008-2009 is causing shifts in the auto rental industry both in front of and behind the rental counter. Can you adjust to new market conditions and take advantage of this opportunity, or will you simply try to weather the storm?
To compete in this challenging fiscal climate, your company must adopt rate management strategies that reflect a more flexible booking policy, be able to take advantage of walk-up business and establish a unique market position.
Banks want more assurances than ever that your business is healthy. Having an answer to these 10 questions will help keep your credit lines safe.
Rental car companies large and small grapple with tight lending, lower demand and two supplier bankruptcies. Is the industry heading in the right direction?