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Enterprise Rent-A-Truck Expands Service to Commercial Fleets

March 21, 2006

ST. LOUIS – Enterprise Rent-A-Truck, a division of Enterprise Rent-A-Car, is expanding its network of local branch offices and developing its own distinct brand to serve the commercial truck rental needs of businesses throughout the United States. Enterprise Rent-A-Truck provides a comprehensive “virtual fleet” of commercially equipped vehicles to local businesses, schools, and municipalities. The division focuses exclusively on commercial operations that need to expand capacity on short notice or to maintain routes and schedules when their own trucks are out of service because of an unexpected breakdown, repair, or accident. Enterprise Rent-A-Truck’s commercial fleet includes light- and medium-duty vehicles, such as box, stake-beds and cargo vans, as well as three-quarter and one-ton pick-ups equipped for towing. All trucks are late model, clean, well maintained and have automatic transmissions. Enterprise’s customized programs include short-term and/or long-term rentals, on either a daily, weekly, and monthly basis.
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