Advertising and Marketing Opportunities with Odyssey Media Group

Car/Limo Rentals

 May 30, 2007
National Car Rental Has Relaunched Its Website For UK Travellers

 National Car Rental has relaunched its website for UK travellers -- -- providing access to a wealth of information and advice, as well as the facility to book vehicle rental in over 3,800 destinations worldwide.

Visitors to the site now have access to information on the fleet for each National location globally with the option to pre-pay for rentals. Valuable tips on local driving rules and regulations are also provided through a link to National's Drive Safe* website.

Customers benefit from a streamlined booking service which allows them to pre-pay for their rental online through a secure online payment system. This means travellers can budget more accurately for their holiday vehicle rental, eliminating any worries about currency conversions. They simply select the destination, book their car rental and pay in GBP with a credit card prior to the start of their holiday.

Sally Hinds, Leisure Marketing Director for National said: "The new pre-pay system allows us to help travellers enjoy a stress free journey. Now our customers have the choice to pay locally or pay in GBP before they leave home, making it easier than ever to budget.

"In addition, the added link to our unique Drive Safe website means we can provide customers with local driving information on a global scale. These enhancements, combined with a more user friendly booking process and the option to pre-pay or pay locally give customers greater control and greater choice over their rental experience, making it the first part of an enjoyable holiday."

* Drive Safe is available free on Covering over 40 countries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, plus the USA and Canada , Drive Safe has been designed specifically for those people renting a car abroad. It provides information on driving regulations and requirements and advice on motoring laws such as speed limits, alcohol limits and road tolls, plus there are guidelines on city driving, country driving, road rules and road safety initiatives in each country.