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Enterprise Fleet Services Exceeds Goal and Saves Businesses $4.45 Million

August 30, 2005

ST. LOUIS – Enterprise Fleet Services has saved customers more than $4.45 million in maintenance and repair costs during the 2005 fiscal year (which ended July 31). The record savings represents the fourth consecutive year Enterprise has exceeded its savings goal for customers with maintenance management programs. The savings represent a 17 percent increase over the previous year.Enterprise extends maintenance coverage to virtually all makes of cars, as well as light duty trucks, service vehicles, and many diesel engine vehicles. If drivers experience a problem, help is available from 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. Enterprise’s National Service Department has received the ASE “Blue Seal of Excellence” award for eight consecutive years, an industry record.
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