Enterprise takes over running of car club in Norwich – Business Travel News Europe

Enterprise has taken over the running of a car club in the UK city of Norwich to offer a range of vehicles to corporate visitors.

The deal between Enterprise Car Club and Norfolk County Council will give business travellers and other visitors access to more than 40 vehicles including hybrid options.

Norwich has had a car club in operation since 2010 and it will now be run by Enterprise with customers using a mobile app to lock and unlock vehicles, which will be available on the city’s streets and at the Heigham Street Enterprise Rent-A-Car branch.

Councillor Martin Wilby, cabinet member for highways, infrastructure and transport, said: “Having access to sustainable transport options is vital in our target to reduce carbon emissions across the county and our journey towards a net zero transport network so we’re excited to be working with Enterprise Car Club to provide this service to residents and visitors to Norfolk.”

Dan Gursel, managing director of Enterprise Car Club, added: “We are delighted to work with Norfolk County Council to launch this service. Car club is a great alternative to meet changing travel patterns. 

“We are excited to be able to offer a range of solutions including hybrid vehicles, allowing people to try new travel options, whilst helping contribute to cleaner air in the Norfolk area.” 


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