Enterprise Rent-a Car, Hertz and Avis have all revealed plans to offer plug-in vehicle rentals to the public. Hertz and Enterprise signed deals to offer the Nissan Leaf and Avis agreed to a two-car pact with Renault. More recently, Enterprise added the Coda Sedan to its list of upcoming available plug-in vehicles and, according to the rental agency's latest release, it will soon offer customers the opportunity to rent – by the day or even for an entire week – the Chevrolet Volt.
Enterprise will apparently be the first car rental agency to place Volts on its lots. By the end of this month, the Volt will be available at Enterprise's Mark Christopher Auto Center (MCAC) in Ontario, CA. In preparation for the plug-ins' arrival, Enterprise will install a charging station at the MCAC site. At this time, there's no word on rental rates, but we'd have to assume that, regardless of cost, the lone Volt will be in high demand and that reservations will probably be required far in advance.