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Turo Sues LAX Over Permit Classification, Facility Fees

Turo maintains that its platform is a technology company, not a rental car agency, and therefore should not be subject to the airport taxes and fees that traditional car rental companies pay.

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America's Safest Places to Drive Named

A North Carolina city has been named the best city for driving, while a California suburb tops a list of the safest place to drive in a new report from WalletHub.

DropCar Launches Vehicle Assistance Platform in San Francisco

In San Francisco, DropCar will be marketing its Enterprise Vehicle Assistance and Logistics (VAL) platform to car rental companies, carsharing brands, and auto dealers.

Uber Launches Uber Rent

Uber has partnered with peer-to-peer platform Getaround to provide rental cars through the Uber app.

Bandago Owner Tracks Stolen Rental Van, Working to Rewrite Calif. Rental Laws

After spotting a van stolen from his rental company, Bandango Van Rentals CEO Sharky Laguana tracked and reclaimed the vehicle. Now, he's hoping to make it easier for other rental operators to reclaim their stolen property.

City Attorney Files Lawsuit Against Turo, Alleges Permit Violations at SFO

Despite relinquishing its permits in August 2017, Turo has continued to operate at the airport and actively markets its services to SFO travelers.

Managing Your Operations With the Mobile Office

The mobile office is changing the way operators conduct business as Web-based software and affordable hardware — such as laptops, portable printers and smart phones — bring flexibility to their rental operations.