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Atlanta Authorities Extend Rent Relief for Airport Car Rental Agencies
Revised HEROES Act Includes $3B Airport Concession Rent Abatement
ICRS Experience: Are You Prepared for COVID-19 Legal Claims?
ACRA Updates Status, Priorities of Stimulus 4.0

ACRA Updates Status, Priorities of Stimulus 4.0

While the White House and House Democrats trade jabs over a compromise 4.0 pandemic bill, ACRA is pushing for airport MAG relief and rent abatement, a liability reform bill, and a payroll tax credit for pandemic-related cleaning supplies and facility modifications.

September 11, 2020

ACRA Supports Senate Liability Proposal

ACRA Supports Senate Liability Proposal

As part of the $1 trillion HEALS Act, the Safe to Work Act creates liability protections from lawsuits related to the coronavirus pandemic. The HEALS Act contains some provisions of note for car rental companies.

July 29, 2020

ACRA Seeks Action on New Stimulus Programs

ACRA Seeks Action on New Stimulus Programs

While ACRA’s federal policy priorities for a CARES 2.0 include rent and minimum guarantees relief at airports and liability protection, members are encouraged to sign a letter to jumpstart the Main Street Program.

June 10, 2020

Advantage Rent A Car Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
Hawaii Prohibits Renting to Travelers in 14-Day Quarantine
Fed Announces Expansion of CARES Act Main Street Program
Rating Agency to Downgrade Atlanta Car Rental Bonds
PPP Is out of Money, More on Way

PPP Is out of Money, More on Way

Last Thursday, the SBA announced it had stooped accepting new applications, though this Tuesday the Senate approved a measure that would revive the program geared to keep small businesses afloat.

April 17, 2020

ACRA Asks Congress for More Relief, Vehicle Buyback Program
USDOT Awards $10 Billion in Relief for America’s Airports
Vehicle Rentals Classified as Essential Business Activity

Vehicle Rentals Classified as Essential Business Activity

While this DHS document is not binding on other federal agencies or on state or local governments, it is an important tool to reference if government officials question your company’s continued operation during the pandemic.

April 1, 2020

Airlines Consider Suspending Domestic Flights