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November 4, 2013

Enterprise expands car-sharing service to Salt Lake City

The Utah Transit Authority, Salt Lake City, the University of Utah and Utah Valley University are partners with the company to provide affordable car-sharing services to residents and local businesses.


July 23, 2012

Fla. Gulf Coast U. to offer car sharing

The school has partnered with WeCar by the car rental agency Enterprise, to offer two cars to be rented by the hour or day.


November 28, 2011

U. of Vermont waives CarShare member fee

Campus transportation group is waiving the CarShare Vermont membership fee for 200 full-time University of Vermont students, staff and faculty. The service supports the public transportation infrastructure and has reduced the overall number of cars on campus.


July 11, 2011

High taxes threaten car sharing industry

Because the services are subject to the full array of taxes imposed on traditional car rentals, the car sharing industry is experiencing losses.


September 28, 2009

Zipcar expands car sharing service to UCLA, USC

Pilot program was made possible by a public-private partnership by Zipcar, Mayor Villaraigosa and the Los Angeles City Council and is intended as a first step toward a potentially larger expansion of car sharing in the Los Angeles area.


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