Hertz Expands Subscription Service Nationwide

Hertz My Car
Photo Credit: Hertz
Many of you have heard me talk about being a member of a subscription service through www.AvondaleSelect.com. Last week, Hertz announced it is expanding its Hertz My Car monthly vehicle subscription service nationwide to all corporate airport and neighborhood locations. The program offers three all-inclusive subscription tiers that offer a variety of vehicles to fit customers' budgets and needs with no long-term commitment. The plans also include maintenance, liability protection and premium roadside assistance.

"We're excited to expand Hertz My Car nationwide to give customers the ultimate flexibility and convenience when it comes to their daily travels," said Laura Smith, Hertz Executive Vice President of Global Marketing and Customer Experience. "Since launching in Austin and Atlanta last year, we've seen growth in the program locally and greater interest in other markets.

"Hertz My Car subscribers told us they like the flexibility of the program and the fact they can swap vehicles twice per month at no additional cost. They also said they wanted to pick up and return at other locations, which helped support our decision to expand across the country,” said Smith. “To enable even more people to enjoy Hertz My Car, we also introduced a third tier at a lower price point of $599 per month."

How Hertz My Car Works
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Donna Choate, a resident of Atlanta, Ga., shares what she enjoys most about the program since joining Hertz My Car in August.

"I love the Hertz My Car subscription program and the option to switch cars based on my needs. I never worry about a surprise car repair bill and insurance is included. I used to purchase and own all of my vehicles, but quickly realized they had little trade-in value. The Hertz My Car program allows me to drive brand new vehicles, receive concierge-level service and have peace of mind that I will always have reliable, safe transportation."

How It Works

Hertz My Car subscribers can choose from three monthly subscription tiers. Tier One at $599 includes economy, compact and midsize sedans; Tier Two at $999 includes full-size sedans, small SUVs and trucks; and Tier Three offers luxury sedans, regular SUVs and large trucks for $1,399. Customers can exchange their vehicle twice a month to another make or model within their tier so they always have the vehicle that best fits their needs. The all-inclusive monthly subscription covers vehicle maintenance, roadside assistance, limited liability protection and vehicle damage, which is limited to Tiers Two and Three. Vehicle damage protection is not included with Tier One, but subscribers can add it for an additional fee.

Other Options

In addition to Hertz My Car, Hertz offers multi-month rentals and the Free-to-Go Pass, a yearly vehicle subscription that can provide $100 or more in savings with each rental and other benefits. Hertz also provides fleet leasing, a technology-based solution to help businesses manage their fleets more efficiently.
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