U-Save Auto Rental
U-Save Auto Rental's franchise opportunities let you join a car rental network that includes approximately 300 locations in 42 states, serving both the neighborhood and airport markets.
Franchise Profile — U-Save Auto Rental
Founded in 1979, U-Save Auto Rental was purchased in 1996 by one of its top franchisees, Tom McDonnell, with the intention of transforming the company into a leading player in the neighborhood auto rental industry. During the past eight years, the company has grown significantly through two major acquisitions as well as rapid franchise development throughout North America.
In 2003, Sandy Miller, former chairman and CEO of Budget Rent a Car, became a major investor and is leading the company's airport expansion efforts. The company, which currently operates under the U-Save Auto Rental and ARRC brand names, now has approximately 800 locations nationwide. U-Save's goal is to be the largest franchised car rental company in the U.S., serving airports and the local market.
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