Hertz Launches Car Sharing In Washington DC
The rental company expands into car sharing with 'Hertz on Demand,' offering a Zipcar-like service with extra benefits.
Global rental car brand Hertz has expanded its car sharing program Hertz on Demand to Washington DC, offering a Zipcar-like service that has a number of enhanced member benefits including one-way car sharing. A range of cars including electric vehicles, compacts, sedans and SUVs, will be available in all eight wards of the District, in parking garages, outdoor spaces and on-street parking spots. Mark P. Frissora, chairman and CEO of Hertz, said:
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