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GO Rentals is offering its staff health checks to help support their mental wellbeing.
GO Rentals chief operating officer James Dalglish discusses how team culture is created and the company’s ‘people first’ approach. Dalglish also highlights the critical value of communication, measuring worker engagement, MORE »
GO Rentals is expanding its electric vehicle rental options with the BYD ATTO 3 joining the fleet.
GO Rentals has claimed a New Zealand first for being the only car rental business to achieve Toitū net Carbonzero certification.
GO Rentals is adding nine Tesla Model Y electric vehicles to its fleet and says it is the first rental car provider in New Zealand to offer the EVs for hire.
GO Rentals has secured a franchise deal with global firm Enterprise Holdings to operate three car rental brands across New Zealand, replacing former franchisee Redspot.
GO Rentals has been voted New Zealand’s favourite car hire provider for the third time in a survey conducted by Canstar.
GO Rentals has taken over the operations of Waiheke Auto Rentals and Waiheke Rental Cars to launch on Waiheke Island.
GO Rentals plans to open an in-terminal branch at Nelson Airport this November.
GO Rentals will offer a 25% discount wants to vaccinated people who rent a car between today and 10 November.
GO Rentals says it wants to “take the lead” in the electric vehicle rental space with the purchase of 10 Tesla Model 3 cars.
GO Rentals has been named the winner of the Canstar Blue Customer Satisfaction Award in the car hire category for 2020.
GO Rentals has been revealed as the winner of the Canstar Blue Customer Satisfaction Award in the car hire category.
GO Rentals today announced the introduction of its innovative GO Glamper fleet of camper trailers, in a move that is expected to shake up the highly-competitive market.
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