Car Rental Special: Lessons to Implement in 2022

As the car rental industry looks set to gear up for the next few years, here are 5 lessons from 2021 that every car rental business must be mindful of.

Here Is What To Expect At The International Car Rental Show 2022

If you are reading this, then you are probably already aware of ICRS22, which takes place in Las Vegas on April 24-26.

Increasing Fleet Efficiency and Revenue in The Car Rental Industry

In the quest for improved fleet utilization (fleet efficiency) and Revenue Per Day (RPD), car rental companies are trying out multiple tactics and solutions to maximize two of the most important KPIs in the car rental industry.

Enhancing Car Rental Revenue Management with AI-driven Dynamic Pricing

The car rental industry today is enjoying a boom amid rising disposable incomes, improved air connectivity across smaller cities, and healthy growth in business and leisure travel. The U.S. market had its best year ever in terms of revenue in 2018, clocking a 4.8% jump in top line to over $30bn. Even more impressive was the fact this record revenue was realized on smaller fleet base, with revenue per unit hitting an all-time high of $1,131 per month.

What Signals is the Summer of 2021 Giving Car Rentals?

2020 is a year that the car rental industry would want to forget. The pandemic and the challenges it brought in terms of lockdowns and social distancing had the industry witnessing an unprecedented slump. Fortunately, with the development of the Covid-19 vaccine, demand for car rentals is now gradually picking up.

Is The Future Of Forecasting Clear For Revenue Managers?

Revenue Managers would agree that car rental pricing is a tricky subject – Price your products too high, and the demand drops, price it too low, and you end up losing revenue. In such a case, it becomes essential to forecast demand by carefully analyzing multiple parameters such as fleet type, season, location, and more importantly, the Covid restrictions in place at that location.