ACE walks us through the company’s guaranteed reservations initiative. Early results reveal the process is working, from both a cost savings and customer service standpoint. Read the full article at Auto Rental News
By Craig Parmerlee, February 2012 in Rental Operations
For free relocation cars in New Zealand and free standby cars in Australia check out Transfercar.co.nz and...Read More
Learn how to get your staff to understand their responsibility in helping to prevent theft, and also get some quick tips on how to set your operations apart from local competitors.
Full article at Auto Rental News
For free cars and campervans that you don’t have to steal to get a free ride in check out our free relocation cars in Australia and our free relocation cars in New...Read More
RWC New Zealand
As the Rugby World cup kicks in, more questions are being raised about whether there will be any relocation vehicles, or any rental vehicles available at all for that matter, and if so from where. To be honest, I really do wish I had a crystal ball (as do many other businesses I’m sure) but I don’t (otherwise I would be filthy rich and not sitting at my desk right now :)).
With an estimated 80,000 visitors said to be arriving into New Zealand for the World Cup Tournament, we can only...Read More
Every now and then someone will say to me, “Why would anyone relocate a vehicle” and I respond by explain all the benefits of using a cheap form of transport such as Transfercar and when it is a viable option (and not) for both vehicle owners and travellers.
Firstly, just to clarify: A relocation vehicle, one-way hire or standby car is a vehicle (normally a rental) that has been dropped off at a specific location and needs to be brought back to another place or depot by a specific time.
Transfercar is an...Read More
Did you know that we at Transfercar have a really vast array of people using our relocation vehicles? Even though English speakers are our number one relocaters, we also have a large number of German speaking travellers stopping by as do our French, Spanish, Italian and Chinese visitors.
As far as age groups are concerned, we have young travellers in their 20s moving between universities and tourists of all ages as well as seasoned drivers looking for a bit of fun and with time to spare.
We’ve helped film...Read More
Hertz has recently developed a quiz that helps drivers determine what kind of driver they are and therefore what vehicle they should be renting.
The “Gas” Traveler is supposedly aggressive, exciting and adventurous while the “Brake” Traveler is said to be conservative and more of a planner.
What type of driver are you?
Check out more articles about Hertz:
Hertz Makes $2.24 Billion Offer for Dollar Thrifty to Foil Avis
Hertz Launches New Branding Campaign
Hertz considering a green...Read More