Great debate: car v rail

Hadley, Melissa
March 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;3/9/2007, Issue 40, p28
Trade Publication
The article offers the perspectives of two traveling experts to help service providers decide the best mode of transport for the clients. According to Paul Hodges, managing director of Renault Eurodrive, car hiring offers low-cost service, freedom, and home-like lifestyle. On the other hand, Greg McCallum, Rail Plus national sales and marketing manager, states that rail ride allows clients to reach their destination faster, provide low-cost service and relaxing environment.


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