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Avis India announces free doorstep delivery, collection of self-drive cars

New Delhi : Underlining its commitment to providing safe, reliable, and comfortable transportation solutions, Avis India has announced free car delivery and collection.
The announcement is in line with the evolution of the self-drive car rental space in India which is becoming increasingly organised to facilitate hassle-free access to a car without owning it in principle.
Availing free delivery and collection of self-drive cars means customers need not worry about peak hour rush in various modes of public transportation as well as about the long-term hassles that come with owning one's own vehicle - traffic congestions, limited parking spaces, monotony, maintenance costs etc.
Additionally, one saves on both cost and time as they can get the car delivered to and picked up from their doorstep without the inconvenience caused by traffic jams, monsoon rains and unprecedented hurdles on the route to picking up and delivering the rented car.
"Our free doorstep delivery and pickup service for self-drive rentals is another step towards ensuring the same. This feature allows us to delight our customers with a first-rate ground transportation experience and make travel planning more convenient for them," said MD and CEO, Avis India, Sunil Gupta.  

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