Enterprise CarShare Available at UMKC

Enterprise CarShare is partnering with the University of Missouri-Kansas City to offer students, faculty and staff an on-campus, on-demand transportation solution. A service of Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Enterprise CarShare offers a simple and convenient way to rent a vehicle by the hour, the day or overnight.

UMKC students, faculty and staff can now access a CarShare vehicle at the Atterbury Student Success Center. Enterprise’s technology allows renters to reserve vehicles 24/7, and the low hourly and daily rates include gas, insurance and 275 miles per day.

“We offer a unique transportation option for students, faculty and staff – when and where they need it,” said Kyle Sabie, Corporate Rental Manager overseeing Enterprise CarShare. “We look forward to working with our partners at UMKC to continue to evolve the program to serve their needs.”

Program membership is open to students, faculty and staff, ages 18 and up. To enroll, applicants must register online and provide a valid UMKC email address. After receiving a membership card in the mail, members can rent a vehicle by following four easy steps. And, with the Enterprise CarShare app for iPhone and Android users, members can make or modify reservations, extend rentals and choose pickup locations, all from their mobile device.

Convenient Transportation Solutions

In thousands of communities of all sizes, Enterprise’s highly accessible network provides hourly, daily and weekly car rentals as cost-effective and consumer-friendly modes of local transportation.

Many consumers, businesses and government agencies in the U.S., Canada and the UK rely on their local Enterprise network to deliver carsharing technology’s speed and flexibility when it makes sense.

In the U.S., Enterprise CarShare serves more than 125 university campuses, including the University of Missouri at Columbia, and hundreds of businesses and government agencies in more than 35 states. Major cities served include Atlanta, Hoboken, Honolulu, Houston, Louisville, New York, Philadelphia, St. Louis, and Tampa – all supported by the Enterprise Rent-A-Car network, which has more than 5,800 offices located within 15 miles of 90 percent of the U.S. population.

Enterprise CarShare is a cost-effective alternative to car ownership as well as an environmentally friendly and hassle-free supplement to public transit. And, since it’s backed by Enterprise’s award-winning customer service, it delivers convenience and reliability to members in select markets across the country.

For additional details about Enterprise CarShare, visit www.enterprisecarshare.com or the Enterprise CarShare Facebook page, or follow @carshare on Twitter. As a member of the CarSharing Association, Enterprise CarShare offers fuel-efficient vehicles and delivers carsharing technology’s speed and economy to organizations looking to enhance their fleet management operations, while advancing their fiscal and sustainability initiatives.

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