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What is Replacement Rental?

Say your car has to go into the repair shop because of an accident, or some other unfortunate event. What are you supposed to drive? Rental Reimbursement coverage takes care of that. This inexpensive coverage is offered by your auto insurance company and will pay for a rental car so you don't have to. Even if you don't have coverage, Enterprise offers discounted rates if you find yourself in this situation. 

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Do You Have Coverage?

Call your auto insurance company and ask if you have coverage. Make sure it’s enough to meet your needs. If you don’t have replacement coverage, be sure to ask them to add it to your policy. It's totally worth it.

Rental locations

With an extensive network across towns, cities, in airports and train statins, you can be sure there's an Enterprise branch where you need one.

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Information for Partners

The Automated Rental Management System (ARMS) streamlines communication with insurance companies, you and Enterprise. This enables shops to send rental reservations, vehicle status updates and customer notifications.

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Secure A Replacement Rental

Insurance Carrier or Agent

If you’ve just been in an accident, make sure that you contact your carrier or agent to help you set up your replacement rental.

Body Shop

If your car is in the shop due to an accident, make sure you work with the shop to have them set up your replacement rental.


If you are taking your car in to the dealership to have warranty work performed, make sure they contact Enterprise so we can set up your replacement rental.