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Should My Company Mandate and Promote Driver Vaccines?

Should My Company Mandate and Promote Driver Vaccines?

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.

March 22, 2021

Avis Answers ‘Who Moved My Cheese?’

Avis Answers ‘Who Moved My Cheese?’

During its quarterly investor’s call, Avis Budget Group showed how it’s meeting demand in a dramatically disrupted environment, with insights into sourcing new local market business, the semiconductor chip shortage, and the return of corporate travel.

February 23, 2021

Inspiring New Talent and Productivity for the Recovery

Inspiring New Talent and Productivity for the Recovery

There are recent positive trends in the car rental and travel markets, it’s your job as a manager to convey them and your positive sphere of influence to your team and those you’re looking to hire.

December 2, 2020

For Car Rental, an App is Not a Magic Potion

For Car Rental, an App is Not a Magic Potion

Most customers still rent a car through distribution channels. Reaching millions of rental days is hardly possible when not using those channels and only renting regionally to local customers.

October 26, 2020

This Helps Our Rental Business Keep Contact in a No-Contact World
No Contact, Self Service Is the Future for Rabbit Rentals
4 Tips for Leading Through Tough Times

4 Tips for Leading Through Tough Times

During the challenges brought about by the pandemic, leaders should remember to keep their role in perspective, focus on a positive outlook of the future and their team’s strengths, and give themselves a break.

August 26, 2020

Assessing COVID-19 Liability Legislation

Assessing COVID-19 Liability Legislation

This review of federal and state limited liability legislation will discuss how that legislation might shield companies from some types of claims arising from exposure to the coronavirus.

August 26, 2020

Understanding COVID-19 Legal Claims Based on Sanitization

Understanding COVID-19 Legal Claims Based on Sanitization

The cruise industry has already been targeted with lawsuits based on alleged exposure to the coronavirus. As these claims develop, how might they be used against car rental companies, and can waivers insulate a business from such claims?

August 19, 2020

Considering Contactless Rentals? Check Your State Laws First

Considering Contactless Rentals? Check Your State Laws First

Car rental operators implementing new customer processes as a result of the coronavirus pandemic must consider state laws regarding remote, electronic, and extended transactions — especially those not yet updated for the digital age.

June 26, 2020

Small Car Rental Companies Pivot to New Business

Small Car Rental Companies Pivot to New Business

Independent and franchised car rental companies are adjusting to new realities during the pandemic with makeshift contactless rentals, deliveries, creative car cleaning, and goodwill to competitors. While policies are relaxed, the trick is to avoid getting burned.

June 17, 2020

Personal Interaction Still Matters

Personal Interaction Still Matters

While app-based and contactless rentals have increased during this pandemic, your customers still want and need to engage at your location. How well you interact sets your business apart.

June 8, 2020

U-Save Operator Takes to the Skies for PPE Deliveries
Car Rental in Recovery: Don’t Chase Bad Business
Renting to the Road Trip Customer

Renting to the Road Trip Customer

With the return of the Great American Road Trip, here are steps car rental operators can take to meet these travelers’ needs and protect their fleet.

May 24, 2020