The mobility services of CC Rent a car include carsharing as well as short- and long-term rental. Customer proximity is particularly important to us, achieved through personal and individual care at your local rental station.
Whether for business or private use, CC Rent a car will make sure you get the most out of your trip. We will take care of your mobility so you don’t have to worry about it. You can choose your desired car from a wide variety of vehicles. From compact cars to station wagons, from convertibles to family vans and SUVs, from trucks to luxury cars, the CC Rent a car fleet is both modern and eco-friendly. Book easily and conveniently online to rent your desired vehicle.
The brand "CC Rent a car" includes about 100 rental stations in Germany. About 1,000 employees are working under the roof of CC Rent a car. The total fleet includes about 10.000 cars and about 5.000 utility vehicles. In addition to the large population centers, CC Rent a car deliberatley operates in regional and local areas – from Bad Segeberg in Schleswig-Holstein to Rottweil in Baden-Wuerttemberg.
Uniform and transparent damage claims settlements at 7 autarkic locations of Germany's largest private Peugeot trading group, implementation of a nationwide 24/7 hotline, extensive marketing packages, increase in customer satisfaction while doubling the claims business volume – all within one year? No problem!
With "Addea" we have developed an internal open innovation tool enabling our employees to quickly and easily collect and publish ideas. Through a simple voting and bonus system these ideas can then be rated and rewarded. Since this is a white-label tool, it can be tailored to any corporate identity visually as well as content-wise.
Eat your own dogfood – true to this motto CCUnirent operates the Noris Campus carsharing at its Nuremberg location. We believe in electromobility, autonomous driving and the concept of "on-demand usage instead of ownership". And because carsharing should be enjoyable, we operate a corporate carsharing project on our doorstep with Tesla's Model S and X, sharing the vehicles with the surrounding companies. In doing so we put our own services to the test, try out beta versions of our apps (and autopilots) and motivate employees and colleagues to follow up with "new" mobility concepts.
We believe in the fundamental role of the electric motor in the mobility of tomorrow. But does the energy always have to be stored in batteries? Linde believes in hydrogen as a storage medium and came up with the idea of proving its suitability for everyday use in a public carsharing in Munich. And we did that together. We equipped the cars with our carsharing technology, programmed an app and corresponding website, set up the right back-end, answered calls and mails, sent invoices, processed payments and – last but not least – fueled up the cars with hydrogen and washed them when necessary.