• Jan 20th 2011 at 10:00AM
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Enterprise Rent-A-Car will soon offer customers a variety of electric vehicle options, from the Coda sedan and Nissan Leaf to the Chevrolet Volt. Which begs an interesting question posed by our brothers-from-another-mother at Engadget – If an electric car or plug-in hybrid is returned without a full charge, are we going to be charged?

At the present time, Enterprise (the largest rental car company in North America) has no plans to charge for EVs needing a juice boost. Enterprise is going to install charging stations on site and the vehicles will get a fresh batch of electrons upon being returned. Hopefully we'll see other rental companies adopt the same policy, but time will tell.

[Source: Engadget | Image: Enterprise]

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