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Avis Budget Group has launched Digital Check In, an online service enabling customers to spend less time at the counter when picking up a vehicle.
TOP 10 Holiday Parks has teamed up with Tourism Holdings-owned Britz motorhomes to open a raft of pop-up motorhome branches across the country.
Apex Car Rentals has launched a car subscription service enabling customers to have a vehicle for as little as $99 per week.
The operator says it has secured a $225m debt facility with its existing bankers.
Avis Budget Group will enable customers renting in New Zealand to confirm a vehicle condition in real-time.
THL’s recent RV promo received an “overwhelmingly positive” response but NZ rental revenue is still down 50%.
National operator Maugers Rentals follows Methven Resort Hotel out of business.
Avis and Budget Car Rentals have removed cancellation fees for booking made before 31 August 2020.
Around 140 staff will be affected by the proposed changes, says the operator.
The operator has cut rentals to $29 per day to attract customers into its motorhomes.
Roadtrip app CamperMate has experienced a surge in users over the past month with New Zealanders itching to get on the road, says chief executive Nick Baker.
Plummeting demand for passenger and recreational vehicle rentals due to the tourism shutdown looks set to continue for quite some time, according to Westpac.
Police have now recovered 69 of the 112 vehicles stolen from Jucy Rentals in South Auckland, resulting in 19 arrests.
Avis and Budget New Zealand are offering rentals to essential workers for a fixed price of between $10 and $15 per day.
The Rental Vehicle Association says airports have an underlying moral obligation to moderate terms and conditions of contracts at a time of little or no income.
A “significant number” of employees have been placed on leave, been furloughed, or have left, says the operator.
Revenue from the operator’s NZ tourism businesses fell in the six months to December.
Travellers to New Zealand may soon be able to use an Outdoria Group app when they have an urge for “voluntourism”.
The operator gave the guidance in light of the “significant and uncertain events facing the tourism industry”.
Campervan rental company Travellers Autobarn will refund more than $40,000 to consumers for paid vehicle damages following a Commerce Commission investigation.
Europcar Mobility Group NZ will offer its a low emission Electric Day Pass electric vehicle rental and share service for travellers around Auckland City, and to and from Auckland, Palmerston North, Wellington, Nelson and Christchurch airports.
Apollo Motorhomes has appointed Andrew de Lautour as its new country manager for New Zealand.
The Alpe brothers’ JUCY Group has negotiated a new six-year lease of a 1.34ha Helensville property the rental vehicle company has occupied since 2010.
NZ rental, Waitomo businesses are highlights after a “difficult, disappointing” year in the USA.
New Zealand car rental company Apex has formed a new partnership to tackle what they called a “plastic bottle epidemic in the tourism industry” by offering plant-based compostable water bottles.
The operator announces a $50m share issue as it again downgrades its profit forecast.
Fleet, people, and property reductions are planned to turn around falling US sales.
Tourism Holdings’ share price has stabilised following a profit downgrade induced sell-off before the Easter break.
The operator launches a “decisive” review of its US operations after deteriorating sales in that market.
GO Rentals has expanded in the South Island opening a depot at Dunedin Airport.
Thrifty Car Rental has added EVs to its offering at Auckland and Christchurch.
Tourism Holdings’ digital RV platform says it has created “Australasia’s largest dedicated marketplace for outdoor tourism”.
The operator’s interim profit has fallen by almost a quarter because of a “challenging” North American market.
NZ car rental operators are being encouraged to sign the Code of Practice for Informing Overseas Drivers in the lead up to summer.
Apollo Tourism says motorhome booking numbers for the first half of 2019 are proving so strong in NZ that it will buy another 100 RVs to cater for demand.
The simulators are designed to help visiting drivers adapt to the country’s roads.