Ive noticed when searching for "SERVICE + LOCATION" in google on a phone / table (not yet on desktop) some results will get Site links even though the search query wasn't specifically for them.

Eg. In the below screenshot i searched for "Car rental in London". Notice how Sixt has these site links on their SERP listing.

How can you get these for a site ? Im familiar with seeing them as site links if you search for a brand, but not for a "SERVICE + LOCATION" query.

screenshot from mobile SERP results


Google display anchor links from a section of webpage, if it is well formatted.

So that page contain jump links (/united-kingdom/london#traffic-information) with proper section, hence Google display it.

Google display so many things other than only webpage title, link and description. It now also display table data, mini data about company and forum links.

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