Upgrade your Commute with Enterprise

As a leader in transportation solutions, Enterprise is committed to finding better ways to get people where they need to go. That’s why we’ve reimagined the daily commute, making it easy for companies and commuters to share a ride to work.

How It Works

We connect coworkers who live near each other and supply the recent-model SUV, van or crossover of their choice. Everyone benefits from more savings and a more enjoyable commute.

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Save With Every Ride

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When riding together, commuters share the costs. This saves money by reducing fuel expenses, insurance premiums and wear and tear on personal vehicles. Government or employer subsidies in addition to tax benefits may lower costs even further for both companies and commuters. Riders can save up to $6,000 a year or $500 a month.1

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Time To Enjoy The Ride

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Because many commuters take turns driving, everyone gets back time in their day. And you can use that time however you like, chatting with coworkers, catching up on emails or recharging with a power nap.

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Ride Together For A Better Tomorrow

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Sharing a ride to work helps achieve a more sustainable future. When people Commute with Enterprise, they can significantly reduce their carbon footprint, the number of cars on the road and their impact on the earth. Just last year, Enterprise commuters were able to reduce 1.1 billion pounds of carbon emissions.2

Find out how your Commute with Enterprise benefits the earth.

  1. Yearly Savings = Round-Trip Mileage x Working Days in a Year x (AAA Operating Cost per Mile - Cost to Commute with Enterprise per Mile)
  2. Yearly Carbon Savings = (Average Monthly Route Mileage for Enterprise Commuters/Average Vehicle MPG) x (Enterprise Participants - Enterprise Vehicles) x (Pounds of CO2 Released Per Gallon of Fuel) x 12
  3. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Commute with Enterprise is formerly known as RideShare by Enterprise