We are now in our 43rd year of service to the Nashua region. There is something to be said about longevity in this industry. We've seen many competitors come and
go. Commercial customers who started on a shoestring, with us having their back with transportation, are now major worldwide competitors in their industry. We are also now serving the
grandchildren of our original customers! So what keeps us going? The love of the industry. Our service to our customers, and the excitement in that when you think you've seen it
all....you haven't. As we move into our fifth decade of service we look forward to serving YOUR rental needs! Here is a little more on our history. Click Here.
* Dealership Service & Sales Rentals (More Info)
* Commercial Accounts (More Info)
* Insurance Replacements (More Info)
* Weekend - Weekly - Monthly Specials (More Info)
* Open Nights, Weekends, Holidays (More Info)
* Free Pick-Up & Delivery (More Info)
* Truck Rentals, Local and One Way
* One Way Car Rental Service Available to Boston Logan Airport and Manchester - Boston Regional
The safety of our employees and customers is our number one concern. Transmission of the
Coronavirus (COVID-19) is known to occur by close contact (within 5 feet) of individuals. Our employees are aware of this and will keep a safe disctance. According to the CDC,
"transmission of novel coronavirus to persons from surfaces contaminated with the virus has not been documented". Even so, we disinfect the interiors of our vehicles before each rental.
Customers may notice a slight odor when getting into the vehicle. IF YOU ARE HYPER SENSITIVE TO ODORS please notify your rental agent. We will do whatever we are able to mitigate the
problem without compromising your safety and the safety of our employees.
For more information please visit the CDC website: www.cdc.gov
Doing Our Part Locally...
Our General Manager, Mike Ferris, has set up a food station outside the 94 E Hollis St., Nashua office. Being on a main artery in the city (Rte 111), the food station has also been noticed
by the States largest TV station as well as the front page of the Nashua Telegraph.