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Europcar Mobility Group to Provide Free Vehicles to Doctors, Nurses
Enterprise CarShare Suspends Service in Toronto
NYC Uber Driver Dies from Coronavirus After Transporting Sick Passenger
Hertz Lowers Rental Age, Waves Young Renter Fee
European Tourism Manifesto Demands Protection for Workers, Businesses
Coronavirus to Cost Travel Industry $809B

Coronavirus to Cost Travel Industry $809B

U.S. Travel Association President and CEO Roger Dow has urged the Trump Administration to consider $150 billion in overall relief for the broader travel sector.

March 18, 2020

Uber, Lyft Extend Sick Leave During Coronavirus Pandemic
Enterprise Drops Minimum Rental Age to 18 for University Students
Car Rental Cancelations Rise as Coronavirus Cases Increase
Drive Green Promotes Coronavirus Sanitation Measures
Global Business Travel Suffers as Coronavirus Spreads

Global Business Travel Suffers as Coronavirus Spreads

Business travel to Asia has been impacted the hardest, with at least three of every four companies reporting they have canceled or suspended “all” or “most” business trips to China (95%), Hong Kong (87%), Taiwan (79%) and other Asia-Pacific countries

March 10, 2020

Carwiz Implements Coranavirus Safety Measures
Should Carsharing Drivers Submit to Breathalyzers?
New Vehicle Technology and Its Effect on the Rental Car Industry
'Inadequate Safety Culture' to Blame for Uber's Automated Vehicle Crash

'Inadequate Safety Culture' to Blame for Uber's Automated Vehicle Crash

During a board meeting held to determine the probable cause of the March 2018 crash in Tempe, Ariz., the NTSB said an Uber Technologies Inc. division’s “inadequate safety culture” contributed to the fatal collision between an Uber automated test vehicle and a pedestrian.

November 24, 2019