Car rentals at the airport require a minimum rent of 1 day. The emergence of smart cars specializing in short-term hourly rentals outside the airport may encourage traditional car rentals to offer a rental period of less than 24 hours. Excerpts from the IAH lease are available under CRP-CD-81 (below, below), appendix to Chapter 2, concession agreements. 2.7.5 Acceptance of Credit Cards Some car rental contracts, z.B. for the Metropolitan Washington Airports Author- ity (MWAA), which manages Dulles International Airport (IAD) and Ronald Reagan National Airport Washing Tone (DCA), specify that a minimum number of credit cards must be accepted for payment (for example. B one to three cards). Car rental agencies have different debit card policies. Businesses that accept debit cards may require high minimum retention requirements or $300 to $500 per transaction. Businesses may also require additional verification of identity or credit quality with registration cards. Excerpts from the IAH credit card lease are available at CRP-CD-81 (below, below), appendix to Chapter 2, concession agreements. 2.7.6 Double Branding Privileges Currently, Avis and Budget are both owned by Avis Budget Group, while Alamo and National are both owned by Vanguard Car Rental.
Under recent agreements, these brands may operate two brands under the same contract. Dealers may also want the Abil-ity to separate in the future when a brand is sold or discontinued. Excerpts from the MWAA car rental agreement are available under CRP-CD-81 (below, below), annex to Chapter 2, concession agreements. 2.7.7 DBE DOT 49 CFR Part 23 requirements regulate the participation of disadvantaged companies currently defined as the Airport Concession Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (ACDBE). Targets for car rental dealerships are generally lower than targets for other dealerships. Historically, car rental companies had obtained a lower stake, with the company having fewer minority and female stakes to achieve its objectives. Excerpts from the MWAA agreement on compliance with participation in ACDBE through the use of goods and services are available at CRP-CD-81 (`CD-81`), annex to Chapter 2, concession agreements. 2.7.8 Valet, pick-up, reduced restrictions Airports can indicate where customers can be picked up and dropped off for car rental operations.
This site depends on the location of the no-returns and the rules of transport of customers between terminals and the unfinished and without return. Valet service services allow the customer to return vehicles to a different location than the finished areas ready for return. Most airports prefer to limit customer pickup and pickup to certain loading areas and/or iron return pilots. Excerpts from the IAH lease are available under CRP-CD-81 (below, below), appendix to Chapter 2, concession agreements. Concession Agreements 27 Concession contracts (or franchise agreements) may also be relevant to the broader theme of access to the track, where they require the dealer to grant access to other operators for the payment of an access fee. Concession agreements are essential for infrastructure development in the country. WABs have proven to be very useful in simplifying concession agreements. It has reduced delays and costs of implementing these agreements.
But the excessive rigidity of the wadlard structure undermines the interests of private companies and prevents them from investing in the infrastructure sector.