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Serafina Silaitoga
Thursday, November 30, 2017

AA Rentals opened two months ago in Savusavu and demand for their cars has swiftly grown.

Under the leadership of Avikash Pillay as managing director, the company has a total of 10 cars and at affordable rates.

Kaushik Chand, managing AA Rentals said the demand for their services of rental cars had increased since it started in September this year.

"We will be upgrading the fleet of cars and our brand new vehicles are also in demand with most of it out on hire every week," he said.

"We also have baby car seats for our customers who want to make sure that their toddlers or infants get a comfortable ride on our vehicles.

"For the baby seats, a flat rate applies and is also affordable and customers know that we offer the best rate."

The rental company provides 24-hours service and with its website up by next month, the management is positive of growth.

Mr Chand said they also delivered rental vehicles to customers.

"For example, if the customers wants us to drop the rental vehicles at their houses, we will do that because we value our customers."

The rental outlet is located at Lesiaceva Rd, opposite the jetty and they could be contacted on 9898556 or 9869560 or on email at aarentalsavusavu@gmail.com.








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