Enterprise Opens at Edinburgh Railway Station

Photo via Wikimedia.
Photo via Wikimedia.

Enterprise Rent-A-Car has opened a new branch at Scotland’s Edinburgh Waverley railway station.

This location will service business customers and tourists arriving at the city’s main railway station, increasing the speed to reach Enterprise’s services from Waverly, according to the company.

Previously, customers had to be picked up at the station and dropped off at the Enterprise branch on Annadale Street, says the company.

“Waverley is one of the largest transport hubs in Scotland, so it is very important for us to be located here,” said Diane Mulholland, general manager of Enterprise in Scotland. “Thousands of people go through Waverley station every day, and for many, hiring a car is the most flexible and practical choice of onward travel.”

Enterprise has more than 40 locations in Scotland and 370 locations across the U.K.

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