Car Rental News For May 2010

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31/05/2010 – Unlicensed car clamper given two-year jail sentence
An unlicensed car clamper has been jailed for two years after exploiting large numbers of motorists.

27/05/2010 – Hertz and Avis continue public fight over Dollar
Intense anti-trust scrutiny expected as both suitors plead the strengths of their proposals.

24/05/2010 – Study shows women are better than men at giving directions
Last laugh is on the old chauvinists’ joke as women are shown to be superior at giving directions.

20/05/2010 – Sixt Trade offers SMEs the ideal rental
London-area SMEs can now enjoy Sixt corporate hire benefits without the admin hassle.

17/05/2010 – Car hire costs can bite deeper than the actual holiday itsel
Holidaymakers could spend more on car hire than on their holiday this summer.

13/05/2010 – Airlines underwhelmed by new government’s runway, tax plans
Carriers not amused as new govt nixes third Heathrow runway and plans green taxes.

10/05/2010 – Clock ticking on coalition government
The meter is running as the Lib Dems and the Tories attempt to form a coalition government.

06/05/2010 – Expedia rates Homewood Suites Brandon among the best
Florida hotel Homewood Suites Brandon has been named one of the world’s best.

03/05/2010 – Cost-cutting drives the rise of 'greycations'
Families seeking to spread holiday costs are turning to three-generation vacations.

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