Silvercar Launches Its Simplified Vehicle Rental Service At Dallas/Fort Worth


Silvercar has announced that its airport-based car rental service will debut on January 14 for travelers visiting Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, with advance reservations for daily and weekly rentals now available. Some of the Austin-based company’s signature silver 2013 Audis A4s will be available in soft-launch mode over the next two weeks.

The startup, launched in February 2012, allows users to book and manage reservations through iOS or Android apps, as well as on its Web si...

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