Car Hire News
27th Jul 2018
Europcar Mobility Group has reported revenue of €1,297 million for the first half of 2018, up 28 per cent at constant exchange rates. Organic growth stood at 3.4 per cent.
23rd Jul 2018
As part of its ongoing expansion in Latin America and the Caribbean, the world’s largest car rental company has opened four new Enterprise Rent-A-Car locations at the Dominican Republic’s largest airports.
19th Jul 2018
In a UK airport first, passengers, staff and local residents can now reserve and pick up a 100 per cent electric car at Gatwick.
18th Jul 2018
The first 100 per cent mobile car rental service, Virtuo, is set to shake up the car rental scene as it launches in London. Already a success in France and Belgium, with rental services across nine major cities, Virtuo is an innovative car rental service that is changing the face of car rental.
17th Jul 2018
Europcar UK is running its first TV campaign in five years as it aims to raise awareness of its unique leisure Deliver & Collect service and the brand as a whole.
29th Jun 2018
The new Rockville, Maryland, Enterprise Rent-A-Car location supports the company in its quest to meet the growing demand for mobility options in the Washington, DC, market and throughout the world.
25th Jun 2018
Uber has begun a court case in London as it seeks to renew its operator licence. Officials in the capital last year refused to renew the licence on grounds of public safety and security, a decision which Uber subsequently appealed against.
13th Jun 2018
Hertz Italy has added Maserati vehicles to its Selezione Italia (Italian Collection). Boasting a 100 per cent Italian DNA, Selezione Italia now features the Maserati Quattroporte, Maserati Ghibli and Maserati Levante.
30th May 2018
Europcar UK is extending the choice available for leisure and business travellers with the addition of the Hyundai Kona to its fleet. Europcar UK is the first UK rental company to offer its customers’ access to the compact SUV.
18th May 2018
Europcar has reported a loss of €21 million for the first quarter of 2018. The figure compares to a loss of €6 million for the same period last year. Revenue at the car rental giant was €556 million for the first three months of the financial year, up 28 per cent at constant exchange rates.