Enterprise Car Club expands in Cardiff
Enterprise Car Club has more than doubled the number of on-street vehicles in Cardiff as it reports fast-growing demand.
Alongside its daily rental operations, the business now offers access to 18 low-emission and hybrid car club vehicles, parked on the streets and available 24/7, 365 days of the year, with prices starting from £5.30 per hour.
The fleet expansion comes as Enterprise reports a 55% growth in the number of car club members in Cardiff over the last six months.
The expansion of the car club supports Cardiff Council’s aim of delivering more integrated public and shared transport to reduce congestion, improve air quality and promote active and sustainable travel. The council’s recent White Paper set out a 10-year plan that would cut congestion and pollution while providing funding for an enhanced and lower-cost public transport system to reduce the number of cars entering the city.
This included measures to make car club vehicles easier to access for more people as part of developing a joined-up transport network, which will help people move around as sustainably and efficiently as possible.
Carl Henderson, Enterprise’s general manager for South Wales, said: “We are delighted with the growth of our service in Cardiff, and the support from the Council and our members. This forms part of our programme of expanding Enterprise Car Club across the UK, reaching communities large and small, to enable more flexible, low emission and value for money access to a car when that is the best choice for a trip.”