Enterprise Helps Governments Address Car Rental Traffic Violations

To help address outstanding fines for traffic, parking and toll violations by car rental customers, Enterprise Holdings has notified more than 7,400 local governments in the United States and Canada and submitted the company’s contact information as part of the public record.

The annual reminder directs government officials to deliver notice of any outstanding tickets and fines to the Enterprise’s shared services centers in Tulsa, Okla., and Toronto, says the company.

“We know that local governments depend on timely collection of revenue from traffic, parking and toll violations to continue offering important taxpayer services,” said Michele Muscarella, vice president of airport business development for Enterprise Holdings. “We streamline how local officials receive this information, helping many local officials work with violators directly to collect payment.”

According to Enterprise, the service centers review information about violators, which is then transmitted to the proper government officials to enforce citations and reduce backlogs of unpaid fines.

“For all involved parties, having local officials work directly with car rental customers is the most efficient and cost-effective method for processing fines,” Muscarella added.

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