Sunday, March 30, 2014

Enterprise CarShare Expands in DC With New Locations

From our friends at Enterprise CarShare...

Enterprise CarShare continues to expand its footprint in Washington, DC, offering new locations for drivers. Enterprise CarShare launched the popular service in DC in September -- providing residents with an easy transportation option any time, day or night. Since then, Enterprise CarShare has expanded to more than 80 locations around Washington, DC.

“Thousands of DC residents have discovered that Enterprise CarShare offers what they want in a car-sharing service,” said Michelle Bosch, vice president/general manager for Enterprise in the Washington, DC area. “That’s why Enterprise CarShare is growing so quickly, and why we’ll continue to grow.”

Enterprise CarShare allows drivers to reserve a car by the hour or by the day for one all-inclusive price, including fuel and damage/liability protection. Now through March 31, Enterprise CarShare is waiving the application and first-year membership fees in DC. Signing up and renting a car is simple and can be done on a mobile device, tablet or desktop computer. Drivers can sign up and find the location nearest to them by visiting

Enterprise CarShare brand ambassadors are around the DC area at busy foot-traffic areas, special events and public transportation spots to educate potential members on the benefits of car sharing. Customers can sign up for member emails to learn about special offers or refer friends who register for an Enterprise CarShare membership.

“We’re thrilled with the reception that Enterprise CarShare has received in DC,” Bosch said. “We’ve found people are eager to learn more about the service and the benefits of car sharing.”

More information is available by visiting, the Enterprise CarShare Facebook page, or by following @carshare on Twitter.

About Enterprise CarShare:
Enterprise CarShare is a natural extension of the local car rental service that Enterprise Rent-A-Car pioneered more than 55 years ago. Enterprise CarShare offers a variety of clean, well-maintained vehicles at an affordable price, when and where customers need them, whether it is for an hour, a day, a weekend or longer. In 2011, Enterprise entered a major retail car-sharing market for the first time by acquiring PhillyCarShare in Philadelphia, and then, in 2012, it acquired Mint Cars On-Demand in Boston and New York City. In May 2013, Enterprise acquired the business of IGO CarSharing, the first car-sharing program in Chicago, and in September 2013 launched in Washington, D.C.