Enterprise CarShare, which serves hundreds of businesses and government agencies in 35 states, also operates on more than 125 college campuses — including Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville (SIUE).
The innovative SIUE carsharing program, launched in August 2017, is offered to students as well as faculty and staff. Drivers rent vehicles through Enterprise CarShare by following four easy steps. And, with the Enterprise CarShare app for iPhone and Android users, U.S. members can make or modify reservations, extend rentals and choose pickup locations, all from their mobile device.
With more than 5,800 offices — one located within 15 miles of 90% of the U.S. population — Enterprise believes in common-sense requirements across the board, such as ensuring vehicle safety, offering transparent pricing, and collecting mandatory state and municipal fees on which local governments and jurisdictions rely.
“In every community we serve, Enterprise is committed to following all federal, state and local laws, regardless of whether our customers are renting for an hour, a day, a week or longer,” Jeff Wilder, VP and general manager for Chicago, said in a statement.
Enterprise is in agreement with the American Car Rental Association and many others that all consumer transactions, including P2P rentals and carsharing, should be governed in a fair and consistent way from coast to coast.
The current SIUE carsharing program is just one part of Enterprise’s robust network that provides a comprehensive portfolio of transportation solutions, including car rental, ridesharing, car sales, truck rental, online ride-matching, and affiliated fleet management services.