Case Studies

City of Loveland

The City of Loveland, Colorado has partnered with Enterprise Fleet Management to replace about 40 aging sedans, pickups, and vans in the City fleet with vehicles equipped with the same automated rental technology of Enterprise CarShare (formerly WeCar).

“Our shared motor pool will enable us to reduce our overhead, maintenance and insurance expenses while providing safe, reliable and fuel efficient transportation for city employees who use these vehicles,” said Steve Kobler, Fleet Manager for the City of Loveland. 

Watch a video about the Loveland program here.

Duke University

Through a partnership with Enterprise, Duke students and employees have been given the opportunity to adapt to electric vehicle technology with the presence of 16 fuel-efficient Chevrolet vehicles, including four Chevy Volt extended-range electric vehicles on their campus. “It’s another step Duke has taken to become carbon neutral,” said Brian Williams, transportation and management coordinator for Duke. “We’re a community that knows that programs like this save us money on the cost of transportation and keep our campus beautiful.”

Duke’s transportation office has calculated the savings to individual students who take advantage of the car sharing program and compared to the cost of owning a car – estimated at $370 a month, including car payments, gas, parking and insurance – a student could have access to nearly 50 hours of drive time from Enterprise, which is more than most students drive in a month.

Press Room


IGO Fleet to be Enhanced, Now Part of World’s Largest Local Car-rental and Car-sharing Network

ST. LOUIS (May 28, 2013) – Enterprise Holdings has announced that it is acquiring the business of  IGO CarSharing, a non-profit organization serving more than 15,000 members, with more than 200 locations in more than 40 neighborhoods. Established in 2002as a pilot program of the Center for Neighborhood Technology, IGO was the first car-sharing program in Chicago and has been dedicated to creating an integrated multimodal transportation system for more than a decade. 

The acquisition will close today; financial terms of the transaction will not be disclosed. Enterprise Holdings, the most comprehensive service provider in the car rental industry, operates the flagship Enterprise Rent-A-Car brand as well as the National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car brands. The company also offersEnterprise CarShare with a suite of products and policies specifically geared to the car-sharing customer experience. 


Becomes Third CEO in Family-Owned Company’s History, First from Outside the Taylor Family

ST. LOUIS (June 4, 2013) – Enterprise Holdings today announced that Pamela M. Nicholson, the company’s President and Chief Operating Officer, has been promoted to Chief Executive Officer. She becomes only the third CEO in the privately held company’s 56-year history and the first to come from outside the Taylor family, which founded the company and grew it from a tiny start-up into the world’s largest car rental company. The position has been held since 1991 by Andrew C. Taylor, who will continue to be actively engaged with the company as Executive Chairman.