The UK’s largest vehicle rental and mobility provider Enterprise recently welcomed local Senedd Member Paul Davies to their Milford Haven branch to discuss the Welsh Government’s transport strategy and to hear more about their work in Pembrokeshire. Mr Davies learnt about the Enterprise Car Club where customers can book a vehicle rental at a location of their choice and use their mobile phone or membership card to unlock the vehicle. The vehicle is then returned to the location it was collected from and you can use their app or access card to lock the vehicle for the final time.
Mr Davies said, “Some of the recent technological advances in transport have been transformational and it’s great to see Enterprise promoting these new technologies in Pembrokeshire. I was really impressed to hear of some of the work that Enterprise has done to develop transport solutions which support efforts to improve air quality, reduce congestion and encourage electric vehicle uptake. The Enterprise Car Club is a great example of some of the positive developments from Enterprise. The scheme allows people to hire vehicles in locations convenient to them and they don’t need to visit a branch to collect the keys or return the vehicle. This would be really beneficial in rural areas where public transport is few and far between and so I hope communities across Pembrokeshire take the opportunity to learn more about the scheme and how it can support their local area. The team at Enterprise would be more than willing to discuss the details of the scheme further and you can read more about it on their website at - https://www.enterprisecarclub.co.uk/gb/en/about/how-car-club-works.html”
PIC CAP (L-R) - Nick Bolwell, Michelle Arena, James Goodall, Paul Davies MS, Adeel Arshad, Randall Rickabaugh.