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Enterprise CarShare Comes to SLC

enterprisecarshareWe have good news for Salt Lake City residents looking for a way to leave their car at home, or eliminate the need for a second car altogether.

Enterprise CarShare has landed in Salt Lake City!

The network of cars that can be rented by the hour includes 30 vehicles (trucks, sedans and SUVs) located in strategic places along the Wasatch Front, from Provo to downtown Salt Lake City.

By putting vehicles right where people live and work, and by making them available around the clock for hourly, daily and overnight rentals, Enterprise CarShare is a cost-effective, hassle-free supplement to public transit.

Now here’s the great news. As a special introductory offer, it is free to join the program until January 31, 2014! Plus you can enjoy discounted hourly rates at $5 an hour for economy and midsize cars, and $7 an hour for standard cars, SUVs and trucks. And yes, the rates include gas and insurance fees.

We can think of a bunch of ways this program can help reduce total vehicle miles traveled along the Wasatch Front.

Say you commute into downtown Salt Lake City for work. Now you can leave your car at home, enjoy a ride on TRAX or FrontRunner, and still have access to a vehicle to run a few short errands during your lunch break! Same applies for a trip down to Provo. Skip the driving hassles, enjoy a leisurely ride on FrontRunner, and hop in a car when you get to the station.

If you are want to learn more about how the new Enterprise CarShare program works, check out the video below. And then head over to their website. 

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