The case of Alaskan Avis licensee Robert C. Halcro versus his franchisor highlights the issues of territorial protections when a car rental competitor is acquired and operated by the same parent.
Analysis by Northcoast Research reveals that implementing policies to reduce no-shows could help Avis Budget eliminate potential loss of up to $9 million annually and instead generate profits of up to $13.3 million. This excerpted analysis was published by Northcoast Research, an institutional equity research firm that specializes in car rental, among many other industries.
With streamlined operations and lower cost structures, a dealer rental operation should be a powerful competitor to more traditional rental operators. Why aren’t they?
Auto Rental News went into the field to ask operators to share some low- or no-cost ways to build relationships and gain repeat customers.
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With proper fleet planning techniques, having 25 cars on the lot and 100 expected reservations that day is a very manageable situation.