Hertz Expands UK Network To Support Vehicle Insurance Replacement Market

   Hertz Expands UK Network To Support Vehicle Insurance Replacement Market

  PR Newswire

  LONDON, July 11, 2013

LONDON, July 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --The Hertz Corporation (NYSE: HTZ), the
world's largest general use car rental brand, announced that Hertz UK Limited
continues to expand its UK network following the recent acquisition of CCL
Vehicle Rentals Ltd (CCL), a leading national accident management provider,
headquartered in Dorset, UK.

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Michel Taride, Group President of Hertz International, said: "We are fully
committed to developing new and expanded partnerships in the car and van
Insurance Replacement Market in the UK, offering customers pickup and delivery
services, as well as growing leisure and business rentals. The expansion of
our network in the country reinforces our commitment to the Insurance
Replacement Market and local customers now and in the future."

Neil Cunningham, General Manager, UK & Europe Off Airport at Hertz UK Limited,
added: "Hertz and CCL are a powerful combination to meet the needs of insurers
and the wider market. By bringing our locations closer to the customer we hope
to support greater choice and bring our comprehensive range of products and
exceptional service to the industry and consumer alike."

Hertz has opened 17 locations in the UK since January 2013, including Ashford,
Barnstaple, Basildon, Bedford, Bolton, Bow, Bracknell, Catterick, Chatham,
Colwyn Bay, Gravesend, Hastings, Islington, Newbury, Thetford, Walkden
(Manchester), and Wembley. Hertz has plans to continue this rapid expansion
throughout the country, with ten more locations to open in the next two
months, mainly across Northern areas and the Midlands.

The new branches provide both Hertz and CCL customers with a full range of
rental vehicles including compact through to full-size cars and SUVs and
commercial vehicles, as well as offering special weekend rates for local
leisure business. In addition, Hertz is opening major hub locations for its
CCL business, as well as co-locating with body shops, hotels and repair
facilities to serve the needs of local customers.

CCL Accident Support is a leading national provider in the UK, with extensive
experience in accident management services to the authorized hire and credit
hire market. The company posted a turnover in excess of £21 million in 2012.
Having built a reputation for exceptional customer service the company now
employs approximately 200 people across six UK locations. CCL continues to
utilize its bespoke and innovative technological solutions, supported by the
growing network of Hertz locations and wide range of quality vans and cars.

About Hertz

The Hertz Corporation ( www.hertz.com ) operates its car rental business
through the Hertz, Dollar and Thrifty brands from approximately 10,400
corporate, licensee and franchisee locations in North America, Europe, Latin
America, Asia, Australia, Africa, the Middle East and New Zealand. Hertz is
the largest worldwide airport general use car rental brand, operating from
approximately 8,800 corporate and licensee locations in 150 countries. Hertz
is the number one airport car rental brand in the U.S. and at 111 major
airports in Europe. Dollar and Thrifty have approximately 1,580 corporate and
franchisee locations in 80 countries.

Hertz is in its 95th year of delivering quality car rental solutions to
leisure and corporate customers. Product and service innovations such as Hertz
#1 Club Gold, Worldwide Online Check-in, specially designed NeverLost®
satellite navigation systems, and unique cars offered through the company's
Prestige, Family, Fun/Adrenaline and Green Collections, set Hertz apart from
the competition.

Website: http://www.hertz.com
Contact: Hertz Press Contact, Alexis Darby, Ketchum, T: +44 (0) 207 611 3764,
E: alexis.darby@ketchum.com, or Luke Campbell, Ketchum, T: +44 (0) 207 611
3735, E: luke.campbell@ketchum.com
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