Car rental company Caravan Group, which is based in Israel, has posted a listing on its website that allows customers to rent a car from an Israeli firm and then pick up a vehicle at a car rental company.
The listing does not specifically say what the car rental service will be.
It does say the car is “available for hire,” “with a limited range,” and that the service will start from $30 per day.
The car is expected to arrive in Israel in two weeks.
Caravan is an Israeli-American company that has been working in Israel since 2005.
The company has also been a regular presence in the United States, serving the American Jewish community for more than 20 years.
The Caravan group, which has a franchise in New York, is also one of the largest car rental companies in the US.
The American Jewish Community in Israel has been lobbying for Caravan to open a car-rental business in Israel.
The Israeli Embassy in Washington did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Caravan’s listing.
Carvan, which says it is the largest rental car company in Israel with approximately 400 cars in its fleet, said in a statement to The Jerusalem Report that it is “committed to providing a safe and reliable service.”
“We look forward to welcoming our customers to Israel,” the company said.
“We are committed to providing the best car rental and leasing service to our customers, and we look forward working with our customers in the coming years.”
Caravan has a presence in Israel and the United Kingdom, but does not have a car for sale.
In the past, Caravan did not advertise in the Israeli press, according to the company.
According to the listing, the service’s driver is “qualified and experienced” and the vehicle is available for hire for one week.
The list of the car rentals available on Carvan’s website reads: “In the next two weeks, we will begin renting cars from Israel, and you can be guaranteed that the car will arrive safely and quickly.”
The listing says that the vehicles are available for $60 per day for a single person and $90 per day per couple.
A spokesman for Carvan did not respond to an email requesting comment on the company’s policy.
Caravans are not allowed to sell vehicles in Israel because the company is licensed to operate only in Israel’s cities and towns.
A spokesperson for the Israeli Foreign Ministry did not return a request seeking comment.
Carverts, like other car rental services, have faced criticism from Israeli citizens and lawmakers.
The boycott movement, which aims to force the establishment of an independent Palestinian state in the West Bank, has been pressuring Israeli businesses to stop doing business with Caravan.
Israel has also tried to ban the use of Caravan cars in cities with high unemployment rates.
Israeli companies, like the Caravan firm, have been criticized by US lawmakers who say that their foreign companies are benefiting from Israeli policies that allow the construction of settlements.
The United States has also criticized Israel’s settlement policies, calling them an obstacle to peace.
Israel and Egypt, two countries that do not recognize Israel, have not officially signed an agreement to the boycott.
The Palestinian territories have been an integral part of Israel’s Arab-Israeli peace process since 1967, and have remained under full Israeli military and civilian control.
Israeli citizens living in the Palestinian territories, including the Westbank, have said that the boycott has hurt them economically, with some Israeli companies saying they have lost money from their operations because of the boycott campaign.
Israel’s government also has faced criticism for what some have called its discriminatory policies towards Arabs and other minority groups in the occupied West Bank.
A 2015 report by the Israeli Human Rights Ministry found that Israeli authorities have detained more than 1,000 Palestinians, including children, for political offenses, while targeting Palestinians in their homes for harassment and violence.
Israeli authorities also have arrested more than 200 people for alleged membership in the Muslim Brotherhood.