Enterprise Redesigns Web Site

ST. LOUIS -- In an effort to make renting a car online even easier, Enterprise Rent-A-Car has rolled out a redesigned Web site at www.enterprise.com. Now making online rental car reservations at Enterprise is a faster and more convenient process.

The newly designed site's features allow visitors to move through the reservation process more quickly. The site also provides customers with access to more detailed information on reservations and pricing.

Pictures on the site let customers see cars that are available to rent through any of Enterprise�s 4,800 North American locations, including all major airports. Customers now also have the option to fill out their rental contract online before arriving at the Enterprise office. This will reduce the time a customer has to spend at the rental counter. Also, the site will give customers more information about special deals and promotions at Enterprise locations.

"Our goal when building this site was to make reserving a car even easier than before," said Bill Tingle, vice president of e-commerce at Enterprise. "Enterprise has always been dedicated to providing exceptional service, and this new site is another way we can continue to exceed our customers expectations."

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