What you need to know about car rental delivery in Dallas and Fairbanks
Cars are no longer delivered overnight to rental car customers in Dallas, Fairbanks and Jackson.
The City of Dallas announced Wednesday that it is ending the “delivery to customer service” service, which has been available since at least 2014, and will replace it with a new delivery service that requires a car rental app.
“The change in service is part of the city’s overall plan to move to a fully automated fleet,” Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings said in a statement.
The change means that Dallas residents will now be able to order cars from their phones and order them online.
It also means they will be able get a car from the company that rents them from the moment they arrive in the city.
According to the city, the change is a result of the company’s goal of offering the best service to customers.
The company also plans to hire more people in Dallas in the coming weeks to work on the delivery service.
The Dallas City Council will decide next week whether to extend the car rental service, but that decision is not expected until the end of the month.
In addition to the new delivery, the city also plans an upgrade to its fleet of car rental vans and trucks.