Enterprise Car Club has six car club vehicles around the city, located by the town hall, the Red...

Enterprise Car Club has six car club vehicles around the city, located by the town hall, the Red Jet terminals, and now also at the railway station.

Photo courtesy of Enterprise. 

Enterprise is expanding its 24/7 car club service in Southampton, U.K., with two new vehicles located at its new Southampton City Dock branch, opposite the railway station.

Due to the branch’s location at one of the city’s transport hubs, the two new vehicles — a Ford Transit van and a Toyota Yaris hybrid car — will enable inbound business and leisure travellers using the ferry from the Isle of Wight or coming from other parts of the country by rail, to travel on to their final destination.

Travelers who need a vehicle for longer can also pick up a daily rental vehicle from the same location, ensuring that they get the best option for each specific trip. They can choose from a wide range of cars and vans located at the branch.

Southampton City Council has already signed up more than 50 staff as Enterprise Car Club members, as well as renting vehicles on a daily basis for longer business trips.

Employees can sign up and be driving within a few hours, booking and accessing the vehicle with a smartphone app. 

Enterprise is one of the largest car rental and car club companies in Southampton, with seven branches including Southampton Airport. Enterprise Car Club has six car club vehicles around the city, located by the town hall, the Red Jet terminals, and now also at the railway station.

Enterprise’s wider car club network along the South Coast includes vehicles at the Enterprise branch in Portsmouth as well as on the Isle of Wight. This forms part of a much larger national network of 1,100 on-street vehicles available for rent 24/7, 365 days of the year, in over 130 cities and communities across the U.K. Many Enterprise Car Club vehicles are located at transport hubs or railway stations to make it easier to travel around the U.K. using public transport.

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