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Enterprise Car Club expands into Hartlepool 

Enterprise has launched its 24/7 car club service into Hartlepool to help support sustainable transport services in the area.

The scheme will offer an Hyundai i10 and a Toyota Yaris Hybrid

The scheme will offer a Hyundai i10 and a Toyota Yaris Hybrid, operated by Enterprise Car Club in partnership with HartlePower Community Interest Company (CIC), with more cars planned for the future.

The scheme replaces the previous car club operated by Co Wheels, with former members being free Enterprise Car Club membership for one year (saving at least £60) as well as £20 of driving credit, via HartlePower.

Meanwhile new applicants in Hartlepool are being offered discounts that will see them pay only £10 for their first year’s membership and receive £10 of driving credit when using promo code ECCU8.

The two new vehicles will be located at existing car club bays in Market Street Car Park and at Transport Interchange at the town’s main transport hub next to the railway station and bus terminal. Members will also be able to access Enterprise Car Club vehicles at Stockton and Darlington in the Tees Valley, as well as at 1,100 other locations in the UK.

Paul Hewitson, community projects manager at HartlePower, said: “Enterprise has been extremely flexible, and demonstrated that they want to provide sustainable, environmentally-friendly motoring for Hartlepool in the most accessible and convenient way possible. This partnership supports the HartlePower objectives of improving the resilience of our residents and businesses in town.

“We see fuel-efficient, low emission vehicles as an essential part of helping local people and businesses stay mobile, providing safe and affordable transport to those who need it. This is a national and international business that really understands the needs of a local community.”

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day.