State Seeks to Shut Down Rental Car Co. Run by Teenagers For Undercutting Hertz, AvisABC News
Jun. 19, 2013
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The idea was this: At every major airport, acres of cars sit idle, left parked by owners who have jetted off. Why couldn't these same cars be rented to arriving travelers? Rates could be dramatically cheaper than those charged by traditional car rental companies, since, under this model, the rental company wouldn't have to pay for or maintain the fleet.