Car rental company Carrental is offering customers a cheaper alternative to traditional car rental companies that often charge high fees and then charge fees for repairs or replacement parts.
Carrentals founder and CEO Adam Pinchbeck recently announced that Carrentala will launch a new product this summer, called Carrrent, that is similar to Amazon’s Prime Air service, and that Carrriptail.com will be an affiliate program that makes money from ads.
But unlike Amazon Prime Air, which allows users to book their own flights, Carrentapay allows users the ability to book flights via Amazon’s partners like Delta and AirTran.
The company is currently in beta and will roll out in October, but it has received some early feedback from customers who said they would like CarrTorrents price to be lower than their current flights, which cost a minimum of $150 and can run anywhere from $60 to $100 per person.
The Carrrtals company says that they have over 500,000 customers, including airlines and other travel companies.
Pinchbs company is also working on a similar program for hotels, which he says will be ready this fall.
The car rental industry is changing rapidly and the costs of car rental are not, in large part, driven by technology, according to Pinchbays company.
“It’s just the sheer cost of doing business,” Pinchcams co-founder, Nick Zaleski, told The Verge.
Pinches company is in the business of selling cars and cars, so it can’t ignore the reality of the current market and the current technology that makes it difficult for the average consumer to find a good rental.
“I can tell you this: there’s a huge number of people who are going to go to the store and they’re going to pay for their cars, and if you look at what we’re doing, we’re trying to make it so that people can actually get their cars to the airport, get their flights, and make a living doing what they’re doing,” Pinches said.
“That’s the reality, but we have this amazing technology that allows us to do that, so we can do it cheaper and better.””
That’s the reality, but we have this amazing technology that allows us to do that, so we can do it cheaper and better.”