Alamo Installs Self-Service Kiosks

Alamo Rent A Car is making sure its customers hit the road quicker than ever before. The car rental company now has 152 operational self-service kiosks at 60 airport locations nationwide. Alamo began testing the units in 2006 in Jacksonville, Las Vegas and Dallas. "We're finding that our kiosks cut transaction times by 20 to 35 percent," said Greg Stubblefield, president of Alamo. The kiosks allow customers with valid drivers licenses, credit cards and existing reservations to bypass the regular rental counter procedure, saving time and hassle. Customers can also choose to upgrade vehicles at the kiosks if they wish.

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