Airport shuttle

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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 5 Jun 19, Wednesday

Random information on the term “Airport shuttle”:

A car rental, hire car, or car hire agency is a company that rents automobiles for short periods of time, generally ranging from a few hours to a few weeks. It is often organised with numerous local branches (which allow a user to return a vehicle to a different location), and primarily located near airports or busy city areas and often complemented by a website allowing online reservations.

Car rental agencies primarily serve people who require a temporary vehicle, for example, those who do not own their own car, travelers who are out of town, or owners of damaged or destroyed vehicles who are awaiting repair or insurance compensation. Car rental agencies may also serve the self-moving industry needs, by renting vans or trucks, and in certain markets, other types of vehicles such as motorcycles or scooters may also be offered.


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Alongside the basic rental of a vehicle, car rental agencies typically also offer extra products such as insurance, global positioning system (GPS) navigation systems, entertainment systems, mobile phones, portable WiFi and child safety seats.

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Random information on the term “VAN”:

van is a preposition in the Dutch and Afrikaans languages, meaning “of” or “from” depending on the context (similar to de and di in the Romance languages).

van is a very common prefix in Dutch language surnames, where it is known as a tussenvoegsel. In those cases it nearly always refers to a certain, often quite distant, ancestor’s place of origin or residence; for example, Ludwig van Beethoven “from Bettenhoven” and Rembrandt van Rijn “from the Rhine”.[note 1]

In surnames, it can appear by itself or in combination with an article (compare French de la, de l’). The most common cases of this are van de, van der and van den, where the articles are all current or archaic forms of the article de “the”. Less common are van het and van ‘t, which use the similar but grammatically neuter article het. Common is also the contraction ver- of van der, which can be written as a single word with the rest of the surname; an example can be found in Johannes Vermeer (van der meer “of the lake”).

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