India is home to some of the largest car rental companies in the world, but they all offer the same thing: low rates.
A recent study from car rental startup Carpools, based on over 10 million car rentals, found that the cheapest car rental app in India was from NCL.
The company has been operating for 10 years, but the company is now looking for a CEO to take over after founder Pratibha Kulkarni left the company in October 2017.
The startup was founded by Kulkarkarni’s father.
A year later, the company was acquired by a startup called NCL, which owns the Carpool, Carrentals, & CarRental brand name.
A month after that, NCL announced that it was launching a brand new car rental service in India.
It is called NLC.
The launch of the NLC service is a huge step forward for NCL in India, and is also a sign that the startup’s brand has become popular in the country.
The brand is now available on more than 200 million cars, and the company said that it will launch another service in the coming months, but it is unclear how many new cars will be in the first batch.
NCL will provide free car rental to car rental agents and owners of rental vehicles.
In a recent report, Carpooles said that NCL has already helped its clients save more than Rs.4,000 on their car rental fees.
This is an important milestone for the startup, which has not made a splash in India before.
The main reason why car rental agencies are losing money is because they do not offer any discounts for drivers who use their services.
In fact, some of NCL’s competitors offer discounts for the same reason.
For example, NSL, the oldest car rental agency in India and owned by NCL co-founder and CEO Pratiba Kulkare, offers discounts for a car rental agent who provides a car with the same name as a rental vehicle.
This discounts is similar to the discounts offered by Uber.
It means that a car rented from Uber is cheaper than one rented from a NCL agency.
According to a study conducted by Carpoolers, only 15% of the cars booked in NCL have a positive rating, and of those, only 3% are rated as low quality.
The NCL team is already planning to expand the service to other cities in the future, and also launch an app in the next few months.