Enterprise Introduces Extended-Rental Offer

ST. LOUIS-- Enterprise Rent-A-Car recently launched the "Month or More Rental Plan," aimed at serving customers who need a rental car for more than 30 days at a time.

The plan, which is served from a toll-free service center, offers savings of up to $75 per month on extended rentals. It's available year-round and is rolling out over the next few months at all of Enterprise's more than 5,200 North American neighborhood and airport locations.

"We've always listened to what our corporate customers tell us, and many have expressed a desire to rent vehicles for extended periods," said Rob Hibbard, vice president of rental development for Enterprise. "Month or More offers customers added convenience when making longer-term rentals, while saving money for their companies."

Specifically, Enterprise's Month or More Rental Plan features such benefits as:

-- A dedicated service center to answer questions and book reservations at (800) 227-6862

-- No additional charges for qualified additional drivers over 21 years of age from the same company

-- Around the clock, 24-hour roadside assistance

-- Free pickup and drop-off at customer's home or office

-- Further discounts on monthly rates as follows:

-- $25 the second month

-- $50 the third month

-- $75 the fourth month and beyond.

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