Hertz has partnered with Clear to create a biometrics-based Fast Lane at its Atlanta airport location. It plans to replicate the lane at a few dozen other locations over the next year.
Hertz plans to offer fast check-out lanes powered by biometrics at more than 40 airports by the end of next year.
The first Hertz Fast Lane is now operating at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta in partnership with Clear, the biometric-identity technology company that is best known for its private lanes at TSA checkpoints. Continue reading Hertz Doing Biometric Screening
Customer satisfaction with North American car rental companies reached record levels this year, according to the J.D. Power 2018 North America Rental Car Satisfaction Study.
Maybe you’ve never heard of tolling system interoperability, but you know what it is. If you’re not sure, try driving from Washington to Miami with your E-ZPass transponder suction-cupped to the dashboard of your car. Continue reading When will we have a nationwide toll transponder system?
For many travelers, the schlep of having to return a rental car can be a low light for any journey. Particularly for travelers in large groups or with a significant amount of bulky luggage, the additional time and hassle of returning a rental car can leave many wishing they’d dispensed with a rental vehicle altogether.
New York City will become the first major American city to reign in rapidly expanding ride-sharing services Uber and Lyft, as the city council voted to freeze new vehicle licenses on Wednesday.
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 10, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Car enthusiasts rejoice – the opportunity to get behind the wheel of the highly sought-after Jaguar F-TYPE SVR has just been made easier thanks to an exclusive partnership between Enterprise Rent-A-Car and Jaguar. Specifically, in select locations throughout the U.S., the Jaguar F-TYPE SVR is now available for rent through the Exotic Car Collection by Enterprise.
ST. LOUIS, Feb. 20, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The secret is out – frequent business travelers are taking time for fun and personal activities during their business trips. And, although most feel their break from work is well-deserved, many business travelers avoid telling their managers, co-workers and even spouses.