Imagine a world in the future where no private automobile ownership exists. To get to work or school, the average person would take a bus, shared company auto or walk. Bicycle and motorcycle use would be restricted as they would be considered incompatible with self-driving cars. But cycle enthusiasts would have special scenic routes reserved for their outdoor pleasure that have been carved through mountains and desert terrain by gigantic robots.
Your use of a car for personal reasons would be through a rental service like Enterprise Rent a Car. Rather than use a personal auto for vacation, you’d take public transportation such as a bus, train or plane, then use a rental car to get around the city you’re visiting. Actually, that’s a scenario that makes sense right now. And even more so when you use Groupon coupons to save money off an Enterprise car rental. You can save 30% off the rental of a truck using a Groupon, and qualify for rentals as low as $9.99 per day. Renting a truck or van for personal use would help cut the cost of a move, or help you get your goods to market. Or rent a van and take the kids on that road trip across country you’ve always talked about.
Special occasions are the perfect time to upgrade your ride for the night. Imagine pulling up to your high school reunion in a sleek new convertible. You may not have been voted Most Likely to Succeed, but that ride will clearly show you’ve made it. If you really want to impress someone Enterprise has a wide selection of exotic vehicles to help you make an unforgettable impression. And with the season for weddings approaching, using a money saving Groupon to cut costs on transportation for the bride and groom is the smart choice.
And remember, if your car is in the shop, Enterprise will pick you up and take you to the car rental office to get a car to tide you over until your car is repaired. With 7,200 locations in 30 countries, you’re sure to have no problem getting around the city as you travel around the world. No matter what the future of transportation looks like, Enterprise will fit right in.