Silvercar Is Coming to Seattle and Orlando

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Silvercar, one of the best rental car companies, is expanding its network. Within the next two months, Silvercar will add a station in Seattle, WA and Orlando FL.

These are two great destinations to explore in an Audi A4. Why Audi A4? That’s the only car Silvercar actually rents, besides an Audi Q5 in Denver.

Silvercar just got acquired by Audi itself recently and it’s great to see that they move forward and not just buy Silvercar and close it down to push Audi’s own car rental project – Audi on demand.

A big advantage is their hassle-free rental experience. No paperwork needed. You book online, unlock your car with your smartphone and the Silvercar App and you are good to go. Once you returned the car you will receive your invoice by email.

All the cars are very well equipped with onboard navigation, Satellite Radio luxurious interior and toll transponders. A huge “well done” to Silvercar about how they handle road tolls. All their cars come equipped with the necessary transponder for each state but you only pay what you really would pay for using the transponder yourself at a toll booth.

Other companies charge you a convenience fee of $3,75 up to $19,75 per rental month. With Silvercar you only pay your actual toll fees.

The station at Seattle International Airport will open July 31, 2017, and at Orlando International Airport on August 28, 2017. You can already make reservations for both markets as of right now.

Check out my review of Silvercar at the San Francisco International Airport.

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[Photo courtesy of Silvercar]

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