Thrifty is 100% owned by the NRMA.
Thrifty Car Rental offers affordable and convenient car hire in over 170 locations around Australia including major cities, airports, rural and regional areas. Kingmill Pty Limited, trading as Thrifty Car Rental, is 100% owned by the NRMA - making Thrifty the only Australian owned international rental car brand.
The NRMA is the largest Auto Club in Australia with more than 2.2 million Members in NSW. NRMA has been providing a dedicated service to motorists for more than 90 years and provides a range of services for their Members and the community, including their legendary roadside assistance and a diverse range of motoring, travel and lifestyle benefits, products and services.
As the motorists champion, the NRMA also works to deliver more government funding for better roads, fairer licensing for older drivers, fairer petrol prices, driving change for road safety, greener motoring, and safer cars. NRMA are also active in their community and help those in need whenever they can.
At Thrifty we are proud of our association with an Australian iconic brand such as NRMA, and pride ourselves on delivering the same helpful and trusted service to their Members as they expect from NRMA.
NRMA Membership is full of benefits including, discounts to retail stores and services as part of their More4Members program, not to mention travel deals and Holiday Park discounts!
NRMA Members have access to a wide range of discounts from some of the biggest automotive brands in the country. Whether it's car batteries, car loans or even windscreen replacements, there are hundreds of products and services to choose from. Show your NRMA membership card or reference number and reap the benefits.
Take advantage of the additional Motoring Services NRMA has on offer. Whether you need a car service or a qualified Mobile Mechanic, NRMA is committed to provide professional service with the convenience of the customer in mind. Keeping you well informed before any work, you can decide what to do from there.
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