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Avis Contractor Exempt From $15 Wage Law

The Seattle suburb’s 2014 ordinance, which includes SeaTac Airport, only applies to...

A contractor that shuttled cars between Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and nearby Avis Budget locations is not considered a transportation employer under the city of SeaTac’s $15 minimum wage law.

ACRA Provides Updates, Welcomes New Members

ACRA has learned that car rental operators will likely will be eligible for...

The American Car Rental Association’s April update includes information on airport MAG relief, vehicle cybersecurity guidance, COVID-19 liability protection bills, and $2 billion in unused grants — along with an April Fool’s joke.

Lawsuit Accuses Hertz Franchisee of Revenge for Social Media Criticism

Hertz said the Suburban was found abandoned in Bismarck and that the vehicle was significantly...

Bismarck, N.D. police issued a warrant for the claimant’s arrest when he never returned a rental vehicle. The claimant filed a lawsuit against the Hertz Bismarck franchisee and police department claiming the arrest was “revenge for his social media criticism of the company for his support of the pipeline protests in North Dakota.”

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Should My Company Mandate and Promote Driver Vaccines?

COVID-19 vaccinations take place at Yankee Stadium. Even when drivers are vaccinated, masks,...

This legal roadmap for transportation businesses examines employers’ obligations regarding vaccinations and employees’ right to refuse them. Related issues such as potential liability, contract worker status, ADA disabilities, and privacy are also explored.

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Auto Focus

Chris Brown, executive editor of Business Fleet, Auto Rental News, and Fleet Forward, offers his...

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