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Sat, 30 January 2016

Green Motion Car Rental Expands Operations to Caribbean

Green Motion car hire has expanded its operations to the Caribbean with the opening of an outlet on St Maarten.

 A Green Motion car rental booth is located in the Arrivals Hall of Princess Juliana Airport, from where a Green Motion car hire representative will assist customers to the shuttle transfer area outside of the Arrivals Hall. They will be then taken to the rental station based only a few minutes from the main terminal building.

The free shuttle service is provided to and from the airport 7 days a week from 07:00 to 22:00.

Franchise Development Director, Brenda Azua, said, “I am very proud and excited for the opening of the first Green Motion location in the Caribbean, I am certain that Saint Maarten’s team will surpass our customers’ expectations in terms of first class service, and that we will be seeing them going back many times to the 'Friendly Island'.”

Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the east, the Caribbean Sea to the west, and sited 150 miles southeast of Puerto Rico, the unique dual-nation island of Saint Martin/Sint Maarten is just over nine miles long and eight miles across at its widest.

 Towns on the French side still retain a distinct French flavour but are fused with West Indian charm; seafront cafés could well have been uprooted from the south of France, and some bakeries are typically French.

Apart from two “welcome” signs, “Bienvenue en Partie Française” and “Welcome to Dutch Sint Maarten, N.A”, there is no visible border between French Saint Martin and Dutch Sint Maarten but it’s clear once the border into the Dutch half has been crossed: street signs change from French to Dutch, low-rise boutique hotels are replaced by high-rise blocks, and that French je ne sais quoi is noticeably missing. 

Green Motion St Maarten is owned and operated by rent-a-car entrepreneur, Dudley Wijesiriwardana.

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