Car Rental News For September 2011

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29/09/2011 – Bolivian highway protests leave La Paz paralysed
Thousands of protestors have brought La Paz traffic to a standstill.

26/09/2011 – European standard set for charging of electric cars
Europe’s motor industry had reached an agreement on EV charging standards.

22/09/2011 – Locals angered by high tourist numbers at Hollywood sign
Technology is driving more and more tourists to the area and upsetting locals.

19/09/2011 – Avis quits race for Dollar Thrifty
Hertz is now the sole bidder for Dollar Thrifty, after Hertz said it was no longer interested.

15/09/2011 – Coffee-fueled car may have set world land speed record
A car that runs on coffee may now hold a land speed record.

12/09/2011 – Hertz, TomTom deal brings NeverLost to European hire cars
Hertz car rental customers in Europe will soon enjoy a new way to avoid getting lost.

08/09/2011 – Government refuses to review Bombardier train decision
The Transport Secretary says the decision to send the work to Germany will not be reviewed.

05/09/2011 – New web site lets passengers check on buses
A new web site lets people in London check how long they have to wait for the next bus.

01/09/2011 – Conwy fears medieval wall squeezes out tourist coaches
A Welsh town is worried about lost tourist revenues caused by buses being unable to get through its medieval wall.

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