First Car Rental is First-To-Market with Self-Service car hire Submission Details
Author: Viv Quann from First Car Rental.
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First Car Rental is a proudly South African car rental company that has been in business for over 18 years.
It has more than 7500 vehicles in use across South Africa and 51 car rental branches located nationwide, including branches at all major South African airports, business and tourist destinations. It also has operational presence in Malta, Mauritius, Tanzania and Turkey.
Worldwide, First Car Rental is partnered with SIXT rent a car, one of Europe’s largest car hire companies, to provide international car hire in over 100 countries and 4 500 locations.
First Car Rental prides itself on a car hire fleet, which comprises an impressive range of well-maintained vehicles ranging from no-frills models to top-of-the-range luxury cars. They also offer services such as direct transfers, long-term car rental and wedding car hire.
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