Enterprise Truck Rental Opens First Montana Location

Enterprise Truck Rental's fleet includes cargo vans, trucks, and pickups. Photo courtesy of Enterprise Holdings.
Enterprise Truck Rental's fleet includes cargo vans, trucks, and pickups. Photo courtesy of Enterprise Holdings.

Enterprise Truck Rental, a service of Enterprise Rent-A-Car, has opened its first Montana location in Billings.

“As Enterprise’s car rental business in Montana has grown, we’ve also experienced increased customer demand for light- and medium-duty truck rentals,” said Kevin Thompson, area truck manager for Enterprise’s regional subsidiary that includes Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, and parts of Nebraska and Minnesota. “While Billings was strategically selected as our first Enterprise Truck Rental location in the state, we look forward to expanding our regional service footprint for both commercial and personal truck rentals in the future.”

The new Billings location is staffed by four employees from throughout the region. Enterprise purchased its diverse fleet of box trucks, cargo vans, and pickups locally and will work with local service shops and other area vendors to maintain the vehicles, according to the company.

Enterprise Truck Rental’s commercial-grade fleet includes a range of trucks, cargo vans, and pickups for business as well as personal use. All Enterprise Truck Rental customers receive the Enterprise brand’s service, including free pickup and 24-hour roadside assistance, according to the company.

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