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I dont understand the "trivia" section. Is this a reference to the commercials that are airing during the Stanley Cup playoffs? I'm not hearing "Uniprise"
Enterprise Holdings vs. Enterprise Rent-A-Car vs. WeCar
I updated the article so that it covers both the new Enterprise Holdings and Enterprise Rent-A-Car (as well as a brief section on the company's WeCar subsidiary). It may be wise to have Enterprise Holdings, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, and WeCar be separate articles but I leave that for someone else to work on. 184.108.40.206 (talk) 02:09, 17 August 2009 (UTC).
- Moved paged to Enterprise Holdings, the others redirect here. Doesn't seem to be enough for separate articles yet. –xenotalk 17:25, 28 April 2010 (UTC)
In regards to the Impala information there is some misinformation and speculation from and uncredited source. GM offers Fleet branded cars that are different than ones sold to the general public. The Impala's side curtain airbags were not standard on "fleet" models and the time. Enterprise did no actively ask GM to take the airbags out, but merely chose a package that did not include them.
Clearly this needs citation and I am not savvy with this stuff, just thought somone who cleans up this page may want to look into this fact since the Impala comments in this article seems biased and not entirely true or omitting facts (however you want to look at it)
Other things that may want to be included in article are 28 mpg average for fleet, The Enterprise Foundation that donates moneys to local charities throughout the country and Andy Taylor's Million Tree Pledge. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 01:19, 16 July 2010 (UTC)
Technical problem with references
Notice the references on line 1? Someone recently updated this article and did not reference their edit correctly. I'll watch the page and try and find time but I'm kind of new so it may take me some time to figure out where to cut and paste the ref's. Raquel_Baranow (talk) 03:54, 27 October 2012 (UTC)
Types of vehicles available to rent
The facts given in this section appear to apply for USA branches only. Here is a list of vehicles to be rented in Germany: Audi,BMW,Chevrolet,Citroën,Ford,Hyundai,Jaguar,Mini,Nissan,Opel,Peugeot,Renault,Seat,Škoda,Smart,Toyota,Volkswagen,Volvo. I think you cannot say these are "mostly" General Motor cars. There are most German makes except Mercedes available and I do not see a preferential treatment of any make.--Hundehalter (talk) 19:43, 1 February 2013 (UTC)