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ICRS Experience Day 5: The Hard Part Is Over

ICRS Experience Day 5: The Hard Part Is Over

The final day examined whether the car rental industry has turned the corner to meet next year’s challenges. The answer is not about the current travel outlook, which still isn’t pretty. It’s about how car rental companies are reacting to meet those conditions.

October 24, 2020

ICRS Experience Day 1: What We Learned

ICRS Experience Day 1: What We Learned

Speakers from J.D. Power outlined surprising findings related to COVID-19 while ACRA outlined a member offer and 2021 priorities. We learned how car rental rates are shaping up and to not let our guard down on Graves protections.

October 19, 2020

Where Were You in the Beginning of March?

Where Were You in the Beginning of March?

In a few weeks, the world seemed to teeter on its axis and then spin out of control. Today, businesses willing to evolve will be able to meet the needs of tomorrow’s travelers, while those choosing to stay put won’t survive.

October 7, 2020

U-Save Operator Takes to the Skies for PPE Deliveries
How Hertz’s Forced Fleet Sale Could Affect the Used Car Market
Is this Car Rental’s Darkest Hour?

Is this Car Rental’s Darkest Hour?

With talk of a Hertz bankruptcy and federal bailouts still pending, where are the green shoots of a recovery for car rental, and who is best poised to take advantage?

May 13, 2020

What to Do with All These Cars — and When?

What to Do with All These Cars — and When?

On the road to recovery, car rental operators can look to signposts in both demand and supply. Regarding wholesale fleet values, it’s going to get worse before it gets better.

April 22, 2020

Eight Viewpoints on Mobility Post Coronavirus

Eight Viewpoints on Mobility Post Coronavirus

We asked eight experts from the travel, transportation, and mobility spectrums: Will the pandemic accelerate certain mobility options, or will latent hesitancies exist from a health/safety standpoint that will dampen the market for a long time?

April 14, 2020

In Memoriam: Richard Brodsky, Car Rental Industry Champion
Auto Rental News Releases Coronavirus Survey Results

Auto Rental News Releases Coronavirus Survey Results

In this survey of independent and franchised car rental operators in the U.S., 58% report a decline of gross revenues of more than 75%, with 17% reporting a 100% decline, essentially as a result of suspending operations.

April 8, 2020

CARES Act Analysis: 17 Takeaways for Applicants
Bahamas 'at a Standstill'

Bahamas 'at a Standstill'

As car rental is not considered essential travel in the Bahamas, Benjamin Davis of Drive Green Car Rentals says his only remaining business is a handful remaining long-term customers.

April 6, 2020

Federal Relief Is Coming for Car Rental

Federal Relief Is Coming for Car Rental

Small businesses of 500 or fewer employees will have access to $350 billion in loans under the Paycheck Protection Program within the CARES Act. This loan money could turn into a grant under certain circumstances.

April 1, 2020

Predicting the Evolution of Mobility Options in the Pandemic Recovery
Finding New Car Rental Business in a Crisis

Finding New Car Rental Business in a Crisis

As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, this Dollar Thrifty franchisee in Omaha is renting to local businesses that may not be thinking about a new business opportunity — grocery and food deliveries to their clients.

March 24, 2020