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April 25, 2018
Massachusetts House Considers Car Rental Assessment Fee

The revenue would go to fund police training throughout the state.


LAX Officials Release Rental Facility Proposal Request

The Consolidated Rent-a-Car facility will house rental car agencies in one facility and will be the eastern terminus for the Automated People Mover train system.



Enterprise Commits to Job Training for Military Vets

The U.S. Army's Partnership for Youth Success program guarantees soldiers job interviews for employment after they leave active duty and connects them with employers.


Bobby Klyce, Avis Franchisee, Wins Annual Impact Award

In addition to his tenure with Avis, Klyce is an ACRA board member, and is involved with the Avis Licensee Association, Avis Advertising and Policy Committee, and Avis System Advertising Trust.


All Future Rides to Be Carbon Neutral, Lyft Says

Just in time for Earth Day, Lyft expects the new initiative to offset over a million metric tons of carbon.


UT Austin Students Create Ridesharing App, Pass 1K Rides

The app lets users request a ride a few days in advance, and pairs them with a driver, all of whom undergo background checks.


Enterprise to Open Location in West Virginia Airport

The Enterprise location will be the third car rental agency in the North Central West Virginia Airport joining Hertz Rent a Car and Avis Rent a Car.


Tesla Rental Startup Offers $49 Rides between LA, San Diego

Tesloop currently operates with a fleet of 12 vehicles.


Subaru Offers VIN Lookup Tool

Subaru has begun offering an online tool that allows fleets to search for open recalls using the vehicle identification number through the Carfax used vehicle platform. The service is offered at no cost.

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