Due to the Bus Eireann strike scheduled to run indefinitely from today, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, the world’s largest car rental company, has announced that it will waive the standard one way fee for those planning to travel during the duration of the strike. Commuters inconvenienced by the strike can rent a vehicle with Enterprise and drop it off at a different location at no extra cost.
The Enterprise Rent-A-Car ‘we’ll pick you up’ policy will continue to stand during this period where Enterprise staff will happily pick a customer up from their preferred location, be it home or at work, and similarly drop them back upon return of the vehicle.
George O’Connor, Managing Director at Enterprise Rent-A-Car Ireland, commented: “We are delighted to be in a position to be able to waive the drop-off fee for the duration of the strike. This means that for those who wish to rent a car from one of our branches and travel to a different destination, they will not be charged the standard rental fee for dropping the car off at one of our other branches.”
Disrupted bus travellers can also avail of Enterprise Rent-A-Car’s weekend special rate starting at €15.99 per day (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) for a small car – Fiat Panda or equivalent which includes basic level insurance cover to include third party costs.