To celebrate its 10th anniversary in France, Enterprise is launching the Car Share car-sharing service.
The car rental company Enterprise
will deploy in France a car-sharing service for companies that is already offered in the United States and the United Kingdom. Called Car Share, the service helps reduce CO2 emissions by providing employees with newer, greener vehicles, including a range of low- and zero-emission cars and vans. According to Como UK, the Car Share service represents 18.5 fewer private vehicles on the road in the UK, and is also seen as a way to reduce traffic congestion and ease congestion in city centers.
In practice, whether online or via an application, employees will be able to reserve a vehicle and access it on their site in an automated way, by scanning the reserved vehicle, at any time of the day, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Reservations can be made both in advance and at the last minute and can be made for hourly or daily use. For example, to make a delivery or to pick up customers at the airport, but also for business trips.
Among the benefits highlighted by Enterprise
, in addition to the automation of the process, the Car Share service allows companies to limit reimbursement costs per kilometer by up to 25%, while reducing their car fleet and increasing its use by up to 70%. For employees, this also means less wear and tear on personal vehicles and the provision of cars according to their needs, and carefully cleaned between each use.
The launch of this new service marks ten years of Enterprise’s presence in France, since its acquisition in early 2012 of Citer, the short-term rental subsidiary of the PSA Group. The world’s leading car rental company has 155 branches in France, with a fleet of more than 15,000 vehicles, and Enterprise intends to invest in many territories to continue its expansion in 2022.
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