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Enterprise Fleet Services Saves Businesses $3.8 Million for the Third Consecutive Year of Savings

September 21, 2004

Enterprise Fleet Services, which specializes in managing fleets for companies with 15-125 vehicles, announced on September 15 that it had surpassed its goal and saved customers more than $3.8 million in maintenance and repair costs during the 2004 fiscal year (which ended on July 31, 2004). The savings represents the third consecutive year Enterprise has exceeded its goal of saving money for customers with maintenance management programs. For 2003, the company exceeded its savings goal by more than $30,000. Enterprise extends maintenance coverage to virtually all makes of cars, as well as light duty trucks, service vehicles and many diesel engine vehicles. Enterprise has a network of more than 65,000 affiliated service centers nationwide. Customer maintenance programs are managed by Enterprise's national team of experienced mechanics who are accredited Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) technicians, in cooperation with local account teams in 48 locations across the United States. Earlier this year, Enterprise's National Service Department received the ASE "Blue Seal of Excellence" award for the seventh consecutive year, setting an industry record. Enterprise Fleet Services has more than 11,000 fleet customers and 6,000 rental locations nationwide. As a full-service company for businesses with small to mid-size fleets, Enterprise also provides services ranging from vehicle acquisition, fuel management and insurance programs, to registration, reporting and vehicle remarketing. Enterprise Fleet Services is a division of Enterprise Rent-A-Car.
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