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Enterprise Fleet Services Saves Businesses $3.8 Million in Maintenance Costs

September 22, 2004

Enterprise Fleet Services announced last week it has saved customers more than $3.8 million in maintenance and repair costs during the 2004 fiscal year (ending July 31, 2004). This is the third consecutive year Enterprise has exceeded its goal of saving money for customers with maintenance management programs, according to a statement by the company. Enterprise extends maintenance coverage to virtually all makes of cars, as well as light duty trucks, service vehicles and many diesel engine vehicles. Enterprise maintains a network of more than 65,000 affiliated service centers nationwide. Customer maintenance programs are managed by Enterprise’s national team of Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) accredited mechanics, in cooperation with local account teams in 48 locations across the United States. Enterprise works to provide the most economical, timely and high-quality repairs for fleet vehicles. The company also works to ensure customers receive maximum warranty benefits, as well as rebates, price breaks and other opportunities to minimize expenses. Earlier this year, Enterprise’s National Service Department received the prestigious ASE “Blue Seal of Excellence” award for the seventh consecutive year, setting an industry record.
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