Enterprise Car Club - £25 for 24 Hours with no deposit
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Enterprise Car Club - £25 for 24 Hours with no deposit

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Found 18th JanEdited by:"Tj14"
The special rate vehicles are back after going missing over Christmas and after looking at the booking system it doesn't just seem to be the smaller cars this time around either that are on offers. I even saw a van on there somewhere!

Much better offer than normal car rental, especially for a younger person like me who uses them regularly. No deposit, no waiting at a rental office, completely self service. Also there's a fuel/electricity card in the glovebox which is handy.

If you're already a member you've probably seen then on the booking system but I see so many people at my local car (which is actually parked up on an enterprise forecourt) paying way more than I do for the same car parked right beside it.

Unless you live in a city that has another car club like Co-Wheels as competition you'll see that the special vehicles change each month. But in cities like Durham where they have two competing companies car clubs directly opposite each other you can be fairly sure they will pretty much always be discounted.

PLEASE - If you sign up as a result of this please be respectful to other members. It's self service so it's down to courtesy that you return the car clean, tidy, on time and refueled. It's not nice finding half eaten greggs dumped on the back seats stinking the car out!

EDIT - A monthly fee of £7 does apply for the duration of your membership. I totally forgot about that as I use these so regularly I just accepted it as a normal thing that I put no thought into - Thanks to the user that pointed this out in the comments!
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£60 annual fee, or £20 monthly fee, or £7 monthly fee (with a higher rental charge).
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timbobber4 m ago

£60 annual fee, or £20 monthly fee, or £7 monthly fee (with a higher re …£60 annual fee, or £20 monthly fee, or £7 monthly fee (with a higher rental charge).


£20 monthly fee isn't worth it. It doesn't give extra discounts on these special vehicles or any cars in Scotland, which are all discounted year round.

£7 monthly fee is something I should have mentioned though, you're right. Thanks for pointing out!
Awsome, but I haven’t passed my driving yet Heat added
Tj1417 h, 43 m ago

£20 monthly fee isn't worth it. It doesn't give extra discounts on these …£20 monthly fee isn't worth it. It doesn't give extra discounts on these special vehicles or any cars in Scotland, which are all discounted year round. £7 monthly fee is something I should have mentioned though, you're right. Thanks for pointing out!


You should probably add it somewhere in the post, as it's an important point. Even with the subscription, this is still a great offer. Thank you for posting.

Also don't forget the £15 driving credit for new customers VCLOUD15
Edited by: "intime" 19th Jan
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Oh-I-Am-A-Liverpudlian2 h, 39 m ago

Awsome, but I haven’t passed my driving yet Heat added


Provided you're over 22 you can join as soon as you pass your test.

To join on the under 22 plan you have to hold your license for at least a year, have to pay the hourly rates, plus 50p per mile, and have a driving curfew so you can't let your booking run into the hours between 10PM and 5AM. I also seem to remember that they wouldn't let me rent anything larger than a Vauxhall Corsa back then either.

Anyone under 22 Should probably look at the other car clubs like Hertz 24/7 and Co-Wheels who are far less restricting on young people and way cheaper since the special rates don't apply to them.
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intime2 h, 9 m ago

You should probably add it somewhere in the post, as it's an important …You should probably add it somewhere in the post, as it's an important point. Even with the subscription, this is still a great offer. Thank you for posting.Also don't forget the £15 driving credit for new customers VCLOUD15


Edited in the rolling membership fees yesterday to make that clearer to others looking at the deal. I'll add in the vouchercloud(?) driving credit offer too. Thanks for pointing it out!

It's a shame that referral codes aren't allowed on HUKD from what I can see. We'd both get more than £15 each that way.
What's the excess?
Edited by: "kebabthief" 19th Jan
kebabthief7 h, 33 m ago

What's the excess?


£750. This can be reduced to £100 if you pay £10/month waiver free. Enterprise are expensive

Co-wheels excess is lower, closer to £250, with a lower £5 monthly fee (which isn't payable if you spend more than £5 on car hire in that month). Saying that it all comes down to availability and location. Co- wheels have nothing within 50 miles of my location, enterprise have one car within 1mile of my home
Edited by: "109place" 19th Jan
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109place7 h, 38 m ago

£750. This can be reduced to £100 if you pay £10/month waiver free. En …£750. This can be reduced to £100 if you pay £10/month waiver free. Enterprise are expensiveCo-wheels excess is lower, closer to £250, with a lower £5 monthly fee (which isn't payable if you spend more than £5 on car hire in that month). Saying that it all comes down to availability and location. Co- wheels have nothing within 50 miles of my location, enterprise have one car within 1mile of my home


It's all about perspective I guess. I remember the first time I saw Enterprise's £750 and thought "Wow that's cheap!" after coming from Hertz 24/7's car club who charged young people a whopping £1550 excess plus a £250 upfront deposit to use their cars or vans.

Have you tried contacting Co-Wheels and requesting a car? They'd have to speak to the council to get parking spaces and permits unless a local residence or company with a good location can offer a parking space, but I've been speaking to their fleet guy recently and they just put in an order to Toyota and Renault for some more new cars. They have the availability so now is definitely the time to ask!

Be warned - Co-Wheels cars do get a bit annoying as you can't keep the car key during the booking. You have to log in and out with the smart card to lock and unlock. Especially if you're like me and often running back and forth carrying heavy items into or out of the car.
Tj1418 h, 14 m ago

It's all about perspective I guess. I remember the first time I saw …It's all about perspective I guess. I remember the first time I saw Enterprise's £750 and thought "Wow that's cheap!" after coming from Hertz 24/7's car club who charged young people a whopping £1550 excess plus a £250 upfront deposit to use their cars or vans.Have you tried contacting Co-Wheels and requesting a car? They'd have to speak to the council to get parking spaces and permits unless a local residence or company with a good location can offer a parking space, but I've been speaking to their fleet guy recently and they just put in an order to Toyota and Renault for some more new cars. They have the availability so now is definitely the time to ask!Be warned - Co-Wheels cars do get a bit annoying as you can't keep the car key during the booking. You have to log in and out with the smart card to lock and unlock. Especially if you're like me and often running back and forth carrying heavy items into or out of the car.


Yep I left some suggested locations and my email address via their website. At the moment enterprise are the only car club operatives in Bradford, and even they have only 2 or 3 bays. Honestly I don't really need the service personally, was more for a younger newly passed sibling that wants to get on the road occasionally, thought this may be a great way to have a car occasionally without investing ridiculous money into owning their own
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