USA the most booked self-drive destination from India

USA the most booked self-drive destination from India, reveals Avis India.

Brijesh DesaiUpdated: Monday, June 24, 2019, 11:50 AM IST
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Avis India, the leading provider of safe and reliable mobility solutions, has recently released its Self-Drive International Booking Trends 2018 report. Through the report, Avis mapped the change in international travel preferences of Indian consumers by identifying key trends pertaining to international self-drive bookings in 2018.

The report was compiled using the booking data on the Avis India platform. Departing from the usual perception of proximity being a factor when choosing self-drive, the survey revealed that USA was the most traversed international self-drive destination from India, accounting for 37% of the total self-drive international bookings in the year.

The maximum number of self-drive international bookings were made by users hailing from leading metro cities such as New Delhi, Gurugram, Mumbai, Hyderabad, and Bengaluru.

(www.avis.co.in)

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