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Hertz's Reorganization Plan Ok’d by Bankruptcy Court
Treasury Declines to Expand CERTS Eligibility to Car Rental

Treasury Declines to Expand CERTS Eligibility to Car Rental

The American Car Rental Association’s June update also includes support for federal funding of EV charging infrastructure, a plan to reopen international tourism, and a push to urge Congress to address vehicle data access legislation.

June 2, 2021

Brazilian Authorities Investigate Planned Localiza, Unidas Merger
After 20 Years, a Rental Car Thief Faces Justice
Avis Licensee Prevails in Georgia Liability Case

Avis Licensee Prevails in Georgia Liability Case

The Georgia Supreme Court ruled that the licensee could not be held liable for injuries to third parties caused by the driver of a stolen rental car — who was also an Avis employee.

May 10, 2021

ACRA Signs Coalition Letter for Payroll Tax Credit
Hertz Proposes Shareholder Recovery to Exit Bankruptcy
Avis Contractor Exempt From $15 Wage Law

Avis Contractor Exempt From $15 Wage Law

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.

April 12, 2021

Court Awards SDI Attorney’s Fees after Prevailing in SDI v. Brown
ACRA Provides Updates, Welcomes New Members

ACRA Provides Updates, Welcomes New Members

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.

April 1, 2021

Savva Rent a Car Sues Getaround for Alleged Insurance-Related Fraudulent Business Practices
Lawsuit Accuses Hertz Franchisee of Revenge for Social Media Criticism

Lawsuit Accuses Hertz Franchisee of Revenge for Social Media Criticism

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.”

March 30, 2021

Rental Car Manager Pleads Guilty to Five Counts of Wire Fraud
Which Countries are Allowing Vaccinated Travelers to Visit?
Wrongly Convicted Man Sues Hertz Over Alibi Documents
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