Cincinnati is Latest Enterprise Eco-Branch

On Tuesday, Enterprise Rent-A-Car designated its Cincinnati rental location as a VE85/FlexFuel branch, helping to promote the use of alternative fuels and technologies. The first such fueling station was established this June in Washington, D.C. Enterprise says it has the largest fleet of FlexFuel vehicles, with 41,000 cars and trucks that have the ability burn E85, a mix of 85 percent ethanol and 15 percent gasoline. According to the EPA, such vehicles reduce greenhouse gas emissions by up to 20 percent. Cincinnati's location, at 6610 Glenway Avenue, will have about 25 FlexFuel vehicles available for rental. In-car materials will provide locations of VE85 fueling stations. Enterprise has designated Columbus and Dayton, OH as future VE85/FlexFuel branches. Visit [].

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