Our rental franchise veterans share their decision-making processes to become franchisees and common challenges to growing successful operations.
A car rental operator is looking to join a franchise system. As a franchisee, what would the franchisor need from him?
U.K.-based Right Cars is already in 23 countries, and it promises to bring small, family-owned car rental businesses in the U.S. into one brand.
HyreCar wants to rent your fleet to Uber and Lyft drivers.
Considering a franchise investment? Franchise Business Review shares insight on what to look for in a brand, typical costs associated with franchising, and questions to ask before signing the franchise agreement.
The franchise network with an eco-friendly focus is currently operating in 26 countries, including two U.S. state franchises. Green Motion plans to grow through flexible technology, direct connectivity, and smart franchise partnerships.
In what ways can a franchisor be held liable for the actions of its franchisees? We take a look at recent vicarious liability claims involving franchises in other industries that may inform car rental.
Franchisees — the epitomy of small businesses — have played a key role in the legislative processes that have shaped car rental. Former franchisee Michael DeLorenzo shares how he got involved and helped to get a bill signed that eliminated a titling tax in Maryland.