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Startup pitch: MindYourFleet offers car rental firms a platform to compete with Uber/Ola

In the era of Uber, car rental firms are having the rethink how they operate, when they are the best option, what …

Orbitz car rental reviews

Not consigning the reviews universe to its former stablemate TripAdvisor, Expedia, Inc., continues to show an interest in building up its own …

drivy car rental

More than 850,000 people in France, Germany, and Spain have joined the sharing economy by using a new marketplace for peer-based car …

skyscanner business car hire car rental white label api

Skyscanner, the Edinburgh-based metasearch giant, has begun to offer a white-labeled version of its car rental search product through its trade division, …


Rather than concede to the pervasive mobile mapping app, Hertz has created a companion mobile app product to enhance the utility – …


Like many other industries and businesses, social media isn’t the new thing to figure out for car rental brands.


Technology performance company Compuware has released their latest data on site speed, both on mobile and desktop, for various verticals.


With the acquisition of Zipcar by car rental giant Avis Budget Group for over $400 million, the car-sharing business has gone mainstream. So mainstream in fact, that many pundits are proclaiming doomsday for the preeminent car-sharing business. A new startup sees a silver lining in this increasingly uncompetitive landscape.


HomeAway is not just about vacation rentals anymore — it is now offering airline tickets and car rentals through an affiliate agreement with Priceline.


If you link your Avis and TripIt accounts, you now can just click on imported flight or hotel bookings from other suppliers on the homepage and book a car rental to round out your travel plans.


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